No it isn't a waste of time; like any other job even the menial it enhances your experiences of life (you would have many regarding people, culture and language as well as travel which many don't get the opportunity of). Being amongst people gives you a massive advantage if you wish to continue in say the tourist industry when you eventually decide to settle down in Singapore.mc-hotdog wrote: Do you feel like its a waste of time being a cabin crew. read it some where here saying how bad it is to find a job next time when you decide to stop flying.
Starting any business involves a risk of some degree; no doubt you know about the current state of the world's economy from which few people are immune. In my view a degree is imperative or at least highly beneficial as you need to understand, people, politics, economics, marketing amongst other things unless of course you intend to sell hot dogs at the side of the road.mc-hotdog wrote:My plan is actually start a small business in future but am I taking a big risk?
Im planning to study my degree too but if I fly I may need to give it up. I still need more advice.
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