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Quote: Originally Posted by indesertum well two people talked about being in the industry, but whatever. knowledge and intelligence is still severely lacking in this thread I read one person say his father ran a garment factory which means nothing unless you work there yourself and understand what is going on. No mention of lack of porn (this is huge) or hostility between ethnic groups at all ... there's a reasons the greatest concentration of...
Quote: Originally Posted by indesertum this thread sucks. literally maybe two of you made any sort of valuable contribution with insider knowledge. the rest of you just talked about the quality of the made in china sweaters you owned or spouted some fancy numbers pulled out of your ass Doesn't sound like anyone in this thread has visited a Chinese factory. Info seems to be coming from media reports/hearsay. Hell, doesn't even sound like...
Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 Well we're at the 6th or 7th iteration at this stage with multiple re-dos, so I don't think it's quite that simple for him to get it right. unfortunate to hear Anything unusual with your legs in particular?
Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 Chan: issues with shoulder lines not being clean (slight bumps and irregularities), and back of trousers still not as clean as I'd like + stylistic changes (a little more shoulder width and lapel width) NSM: buttoning point too high, too tight at waist (pulling), quarters a tad too open + stylistic changes (take gorge a little lower and lapels a little less wide). I'm not 100% sure about the stylistic changes because...
Disability insurance doesn't really cover your wages forever. It only partially covers wages... (and that is assuming you have permanent disability, not regular disability) and the point was just that money = stuff in the future. Predominately it's just stuff people want to buy in the future or things they want to do. Quote: Originally Posted by MetroStyles I have a suspicion that this isn't really the reason that people are working for their money,...
Quote: Originally Posted by MetroStyles I really hate to sidetrack my own thread, but I find it very interesting that everyone that is concerned about unexpected issues that require a lot of money to deal with has ignored insurance. I am assuming most posters are aware of offerings such as disability insurance, health insurance, long-term care insurance, etc.? Sure - the poor cannot afford most insurance, but even if you are very wealthy it makes a lot...
Quote: Originally Posted by Arrogant Bastard Some of the "intangible" benefits of money can become tangible issues very, very quickly if there isn't sufficient dough in the bank. For instance, you could certainly conclude that money can't buy happiness, that a life spent tirelessly in pursuit of money is a life wasted, etc. And you could determine, using such conclusion as a basis, that you would prefer to work a low-stress job at the cost of bigger...
Thanks, I'll go with that. I've done significant research in person & online; the data conflicts but I think (given what you've metnioned as a reliable indicator of recruiting in the absence of school stats) my IRL experiences may be a stronger indicator of recruiting. Regarding applications and references, what kind of weaknesses are typical and appropriate for a reference to list? Other than the normal people skills, time management,...
Quote: Originally Posted by suited If it's fully canvassed and/or bespoke, at least 30 or 40 years - hunting in it, sleeping in it, and machine washing it. If it's hugo boss, 3 or 4 wears, max. Maybe less if you paid full retail. I've got one sports coat that I wear to work everyday. I chose the nicest blue the tailor had, and it turned out to be a LP 130s. It must have over 400 wearings now and doesn't seem any worse for wear.
Seeking opinions: If you want to work in, let's say, Hong Kong, do you go to a local school for an MBA or Masters of Finance or do you go to LSE and get a masters of accounting/finance? What would be better for banking in HK in this ecnomy - local lower tier (MBA or Ms Finance?) or higher tier not local?
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