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Author Topic: JOB SECURITY VS. FINANCIAL SECURITY  (Read 5711 times)

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Re: JOB SECURITY VS. FINANCIAL SECURITY
« Reply #15 on: Jun 03, 2011, 09:33 PM »
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  • OK naman sana ang "job security"...kaya lang there is no such thing as job security. Walang company na magbibigay sa yo ng assurance na hindi ka malay-off, or bigyan ng full education ang mga anak mo or 100% hospitalization up to death.

    Once you are not productive anymore, companies will dispose you anytime.

    Nobody can make your future secure than yoursel,f by planning your future and taking steps to make it come true.

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    « Reply #16 on: Jun 12, 2011, 02:47 PM »
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  • We should realize that nowadays, there is no job security. Unemployment is rampant!
    High-paying job? I don't think if nag-exist pa eto.

    We should not cling on our jobs. Find ways on how to be financially free!
    opportunities are never lost...
    some will take the ones you miss...

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    Re: JOB SECURITY VS. FINANCIAL SECURITY
    « Reply #17 on: Jun 12, 2011, 04:04 PM »
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  • R. Kiyosaki demonized clinging to jobs rather than being a business owner or an investor. Reality proves otherwise. Being in a Filipino society, most of us are brought up to study hard, then find a job. That's what most our parents did, so naturally they would want us to follow in their footsteps.  The world today is different from the world our parents live in. I could cite factors like the "contractualization" of jobs and globalization. This factors affected job security negatively. During the '80's my friends father retired as a PAL employee. Today they still carry privileges like free ride if they fly PAL. Not bad, not bad at all. Bottom line here is having a job, for most of us, is a necessity. Its what you do after having a job that would tell if your going to succeed financially. If you view having a job as a stepping stone for capital build up or asset building, then your on your way to success. Having work as an employee for 15 years at the same time having a business gave me a perspective that purely employed individuals have a hard time understanding. Financial rewards are often way much greater in business than working for pay only. Lastly, as a bit of advice, rather than seek better pay of financial rewards try to follow your passion. In my experience, following the things that I love to do made me better at it than everyone else. I don't view it as work anymore, its more like challenges and I wake up everyday to face those challenges with gusto. The money that flows in seems like only an after effect, you derive much thrill and excitement from the proverbial chase.

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    Re: JOB SECURITY VS. FINANCIAL SECURITY
    « Reply #18 on: Jun 12, 2011, 04:17 PM »
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  •  :D Job security are there still there available but it needs some exceptional skills and talent, but to those who have not yet sure direction, small biz is okey. Anyway, sa simula man lang yan mahirap but at the long run if you have the patience  . . . am sure everyone of us has the chance to be secured out of our "tyaga" :cool2:
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    « Reply #19 on: Jun 22, 2011, 04:02 PM »
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  • :D Job security are there still there available but it needs some exceptional skills and talent, but to those who have not yet sure direction, small biz is okey. Anyway, sa simula man lang yan mahirap but at the long run if you have the patience  . . . am sure everyone of us has the chance to be secured out of our "tyaga" :cool2:

    In addition, due to acquisitions, you may lose your job. Whether you like it or not, due to change in management, you might be fired. As for example are below:
    Eastern Telecom - acquired by San Miguel
    Sun Cellular - acquired by PLDT
    Mang Inasal - 70% were bought by Jollibee

    opportunities are never lost...
    some will take the ones you miss...

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    « Reply #20 on: Jun 23, 2011, 07:30 AM »
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  •   'FINANCIAL FREEDOM' means you never have to work another single day for the rest of you life and 'JOB SECURITY' means you have to work every single day of your life except weekends or holidays unless the position requires you to work on weeekends or holidays too... GOOD MORNING!    :coffee:
    « Last Edit: Jun 23, 2011, 10:45 AM by ManilaBoy40 »
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    « Reply #21 on: Jun 23, 2011, 11:32 PM »
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  • marami nagsasabi na mas gusto nila ang financial security.
    Pero ang realidad. marami sa mga pinoy ang asa sa trabaho. Di man lang mag due diligence at matuto ng financial literacy which will make them financially free sa future.

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    « Reply #22 on: Jun 28, 2011, 03:55 PM »
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  • marami nagsasabi na mas gusto nila ang financial security.
    Pero ang realidad. marami sa mga pinoy ang asa sa trabaho. Di man lang mag due diligence at matuto ng financial literacy which will make them financially free sa future.

    Oh Pilipinas.

    Yup, because we are raised by our parents in this way. They taught us to get a job and become an employee. Even in school, we are taught that to get ahead financially, we should get a high paying job.

    Filipinos should realize that there a lot of opportunities out there!
    Don't just cling to jobs...
    opportunities are never lost...
    some will take the ones you miss...

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    « Reply #23 on: Jun 28, 2011, 06:18 PM »
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  • Financial security is what everyone hopes to achieve, but all they ever work for is job security.

    FYI though, financial literacy alone is also not the key to financial security.  I've read in a book about achievement that a large portion of the population spend for books, attend seminars, and surf the internet about how to get rich, about investments, and about real estate and even about entrepreneurship. 

    But that's all they do.  They just study. 

    They are addicted to researching, but do not take the next STEP which is the most important, which is MAKING WEALTH.  Paralysis by analysis sila.

    I think people are just to scared to fail.  So scared that they endlessly read and discuss...but don't get their feet wet and put up a business.  Thinking that the more they read, the greater the chances of getting successful.  But THEY NEVER GET TO THE DOING AND ACHIEVING PART.

    But as the saying goes, big shots are just small shots...THAT KEEP SHOOTING! 

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    « Reply #24 on: Jun 28, 2011, 06:30 PM »
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  • ^ Amen

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    « Reply #25 on: Jul 30, 2011, 02:06 PM »
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  • ^^ aray kupo tinamaan ata ako rito sir RP hehe..

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    « Reply #26 on: Jul 30, 2011, 02:45 PM »
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  • Financial security is what everyone hopes to achieve, but all they ever work for is job security.

    FYI though, financial literacy alone is also not the key to financial security.  I've read in a book about achievement that a large portion of the population spend for books, attend seminars, and surf the internet about how to get rich, about investments, and about real estate and even about entrepreneurship.  

    But that's all they do.  They just study.  

    They are addicted to researching, but do not take the next STEP which is the most important, which is MAKING WEALTH.  Paralysis by analysis sila.

    I think people are just to scared to fail.  So scared that they endlessly read and discuss...but don't get their feet wet and put up a business.  Thinking that the more they read, the greater the chances of getting successful.  But THEY NEVER GET TO THE DOING AND ACHIEVING PART.

    But as the saying goes, big shots are just small shots...THAT KEEP SHOOTING!  

    Ito na talaga ang pinakasagot sa lahat about Filipinos on Job Security and Financial Security!

    Kaya po sa mga nag-iisip dyan.  GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORTZONE AND START EARNING PASSIVE.



    Sa mga aalis sa comfort zone nila, see you at the Top!  Kwento mo din dito success stories mo.  GOD bless you more!
    « Last Edit: Jul 30, 2011, 03:05 PM by CondoInvestor »

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    « Reply #27 on: Jul 30, 2011, 08:23 PM »
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  • yeah! its really different when you are doing it, running a business as compared to reading a book. in my experience its really hard to manage myself than the business. I had so many failures already buy I'm not giving up.
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    « Reply #28 on: Jul 30, 2011, 11:59 PM »
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  • how about using the job security to attain financial security?

    work, work, work muna and have a job security, while earning to invest and ultimately have a financial security.

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    « Reply #29 on: Jul 31, 2011, 12:36 AM »
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  • ^^ so you are saying that  work muna then invest ,while most of the previous post says business or work muna then business. why not both?
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