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    So I'm off to start my new job tomorrow. Since I've been working at a lumber yard for the past two years this will be a big change.

    I'm going to start working at an Engineering firm in Vancouver, B.C. Say goodbye to a 20 minute commute. With my new job it bumps up to a 1hr15min commute which isn't that bad I guess. I'll be driving to King George station and Skytraining in. Big difference with my new job is instead of wearing shorts + t-shirt, I'm going to be wearing dress pants/shirt + tie.

    Good thing about my new job is I'll be making a starting wage of $40k/year. Not bad for a 19 year old who only has 6 months of college

    Well anyway, wish me luck.
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    Wow, congrats mate, i am truly happy for ya ... keep up the hard work, and yeah continue your college study, so when u graduate u will be able to get much better job, or maybe get a better grade in your current job, till then GOOD LUCK

    BTW, How u feel ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSA View Post
    Wow, congrats mate, i am truly happy for ya ... keep up the hard work, and yeah continue your college study, so when u graduate u will be able to get much better job, or maybe get a better grade in your current job, till then GOOD LUCK

    BTW, How u feel ?
    I feel great, but I think you either misunderstood me or I wasn't clear enough in my first post. I'm done college. It was a 8 month program that was self-paced so I finished it in 6 months.

    Thanks for the encouraging words
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordoR View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KSA View Post
    Wow, congrats mate, i am truly happy for ya ... keep up the hard work, and yeah continue your college study, so when u graduate u will be able to get much better job, or maybe get a better grade in your current job, till then GOOD LUCK

    BTW, How u feel ?
    I feel great, but I think you either misunderstood me or I wasn't clear enough in my first post. I'm done college. It was a 8 month program that was self-paced so I finished it in 6 months.

    Thanks for the encouraging words
    My mistake .... Congratulation again, wish u all the luck.
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    $40K Canadian?

    What's that equate to?
    About a tenner?

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    That's cool man, how much did you make working at the lumber yard (hourly)?

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    good luck and congrats on not getting splinters anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skweeky View Post
    $40K Canadian?

    What's that equate to?
    About a tenner?
    Currently (terrible pun, sorry) the Canadian dollar is trading even with the US dollar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Skweeky View Post
    $40K Canadian?

    What's that equate to?
    About a tenner?
    Currently (terrible pun, sorry) the Canadian dollar is trading even with the US dollar.
    I thought it was quite good actually

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