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Fuck, 2 weeks completely out rekt me. Legs especially
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And holy shit, has anyone heard from @fuji
lately? Is he still alive?
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Woah. That's crazy. He was messaging me about going to med school. Seems like he's all over the place as per usual.

Yes am still alive. I looked into it for a bit, but some new laws got introduced reducing doctor pay and increasing hours so it's like $30k a year for like 80 hour weeks so approx minimum wage. Lots of protests about it, really big news in the UK because a lot of doctors have been striking.
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Yes am still alive. I looked into it for a bit, but some new laws got introduced reducing doctor pay and increasing hours so it's like $30k a year for like 80 hour weeks so approx minimum wage. Lots of protests about it, really big news in the UK because a lot of doctors have been striking.
Yeah, Jeremy C(h)unt has pretty much hammered the final nail in the NHS with that move. Still think the contact will get binned tho
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doctors make min wage in the UK?

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doctors make min wage in the UK?

You start on £22636 as a doctor in the UK. At 70 hours a week,which is apparently normal for a junior doctor and working 50 weeks a year that is 6.46 an hour. Minimum wage is 7.20 an hour. I think total pay is a little higher then that because they get paid more for unsociable hours, but doctors in the UK get paid very little until they're more senior.
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It's different in the U.S. A lIttle. Jr. Doctors are basically interns and are like 21, right? Here you make like 50k as a resident and that's after 4 years of undergrad and 4 years of med school. Pretty crazy.

Weren't you gonna do that finance shiz tho.
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It's different in the U.S. A lIttle. Jr. Doctors are basically interns and are like 21, right? Here you make like 50k as a resident and that's after 4 years of undergrad and 4 years of med school. Pretty crazy.

Weren't you gonna do that finance shiz tho.

I didn't get an offer to do what I wanted in finance unfortunately. It depends on the type of school you go, if you go to cambridge or a top medical school you'll have 6 years of school, which I think is either 3 years class and 3 years clinical experience or 2 years class 4 years clinical. Most schools are 5 years with 2 years class 3 years clinical though. Some schools have graduate medical school, which you do after undergrad and are 4 years so like american medical school. The youngest you could be a doctor in the UK would be 23, which would be going to medical school straight after high school at 18 for 5 years, but a lot of doctors in the UK go to medical school after getting a first degree in something unrelated.
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I didn't get an offer to do what I wanted in finance unfortunately. It depends on the type of school you go, if you go to cambridge or a top medical school you'll have 6 years of school, which I think is either 3 years class and 3 years clinical experience or 2 years class 4 years clinical. Most schools are 5 years with 2 years class 3 years clinical though. Some schools have graduate medical school, which you do after undergrad and are 4 years so like american medical school. The youngest you could be a doctor in the UK would be 23, which would be going to medical school straight after high school at 18 for 5 years, but a lot of doctors in the UK go to medical school after getting a first degree in something unrelated.

What finance role were you looking for? Did you finish that MS Statistics degree or whatever it was you switched to?

I am in a somewhat similar position. I have a pretty good job but my degree doesn't allow me, or rather, hasn't given me the skills and competencies for the type of job I've found that I would like to have. Will most likely return for school for a much more quantitative degree, but because of my lack of classes in that subject it will take me 3 years for a MS.
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https://www.instagram.com/p/BD0yFdUGF-J/

 

260 kg beltless front squat @ 69 kg bodyweight.

 

or for you americans,

 

570 lbs @ 150.

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Fuckin hell, that's awesome! Ass to grass too! Who's the lifter?
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Liao Hui the beast

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Holy shit...

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^ Damn. Dude's body weight is higher than RTC's squat.
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What's your squat, chuckles?
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405 atg, no belt or sleeves/wraps, completely natural. BW approx. 180. Not world class, but stronger than most, and I'm proud of it.
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