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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

Originally Posted by Lee View Post
Go home when they saved enough money. Low pay for a domestic servant but it's much more compare to their home. Employers must provide accomodation/food and they only have Sunday off. Hardly has any chance to spend the money they earned.

In the beginning, most of the filippinos were registered nurse in their country but the paid is better than being a nurse at home. Most even left their children and husband to work here.
It takes courage and motivation. I big hug for all the women in similar circumstances.

WillI get my photo later?

Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
Exams are never nice, but I don't know what they're like at university. I imagine a lot more intense.
It's incomparable. In high school you feel pressure because how well you do will influence the what you will end up studying in uni, which will literally shape your life. Once you're in, you're in, but exams are 3643645times harder, the material for each exam is bigger than the material for all the subjects during one year of high school and all the exams are packed up in the same week.
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