EX-CON: WE CAN FIND JOBS AS LONG AS YOU ACCEPT LOW PAY & LONG HOURS

I was release from prison in 2013.

In the past, my job was all ah long runner and i was doing all the fast money job. So after I was released from prison in 2013, I had no skills and all.

Before i released, everyone is saying in Singapore nowadays it is hard to look for a job that make me very worried, but after I was released, i started to work in a kitchen and my pay was only 1300 a month.

Now, my pay is around 3k a month.

From the beginning until now, it’s very easy to look for a job for me.

So my point is i don’t see why it’s hard to look for a job and start from low pay as long you are willing to work. Nowaday lot of F&B is looking for Singaporean staff and no Singaporean is interested.

Everyone is complaining low pay and FAR to go work, and complaining no job.

Lee Lee
A.S.S. Contributor

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