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Jobless S'porean sends out 50+ job applications but receives only 2 calls, asks if job market "really bad right now?"

Scrooball (clone)

Navy and Airforce pay better more allowance provided, Navy accept ITE holders Airforce need diploma or A level
Other services forget it
Ah the good old lowly educated but sign on army / Air Force / navy regular. I recall one lowly second sergeant who always yaya that he can afford a car.


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