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musalana

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Age: 21
Date Signed Up:6/26/2011
Location:Canada
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"I may not be batshit crazy but i'm sure as hell not sane"

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#24 - a bit scared to ask but sauce? and i swear to **** if some…  [+] (1 reply) 11/27/2016 on Wait for it. +2
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#90 - Javapenguin (11/27/2016) [-]
>can't operate on empty jars of spaghetti sauce
>gf is prego



knees weak arms spaghetti
#30 - Comment deleted 11/27/2016 on memes 0
#34 - oh gosh no bud, i'm from Canada. if you're in school you can t…  [+] (2 replies) 11/01/2016 on STOP, STOP THEY ARE ALREADY... +3
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#35 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Ok yeah. im a legal immigrant to the US, Electrical and Computer Engineering (for the DoD now), got my citiizenship a while back.

Ok that system is fucked, citizens will never be able to compete. That shit may need fixing.

I didnt have access to any jobs but school sponsored ones. I worked at the school gym, for the school dining (bartender) and as a research assistant. Couldnt wait tables for a private org. then the career fair, internationals like me are restricted to 8 companies out of 250, competing with every other international student and citizen for them. Citizens can go to any company. So yeah, the system is geared against us here, it gave me half a chance, and i took it. So yeah a system like this would make sure you get the talent Canada needs, while not making your citizens compete unnecessarily with overseas people.

I didnt know how it was there, sorry dude.
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#37 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
all good man, i respect your hussle though. Shit's rough on both sides of the border. Glad you're doing well for yourself

also to answer your question 3, i'm working in retail as an assistant manager saving for a course in event planning. so i guess my saltyness is a bit biased. but i definitely belive the fact immigrants with medical degrees or business degrees have to redo ALL their schooling is bs
#31 - yea immigrants themselves, and yes verified since they love ta…  [+] (5 replies) 11/01/2016 on STOP, STOP THEY ARE ALREADY... +2
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#33 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Adding to 2. Even after they get their degree, their Visa stipulates that their jobs MUST be in what they studied, cant just randomly pick any career
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#32 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Heres the thing though, thats just a private corporation doing its thing? Is it the governments fault?
Two im not sure about the visa, if they are in school, atleast in the US, they cannot take up any part time jobs other the ones the school offers (dining halls, libraries , research etc), so they dont compete with private sector jobs UNTIL theyve completed their STEM degree.
3. What is your degree in>? What jobs are you going for?
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#34 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
oh gosh no bud, i'm from Canada. if you're in school you can take up any job you can on the side. I agree though, it is more of a corporation thing but also believe they shouldn't NEED to go through the extra schooling if their degree oversees is legit. maybe a test just to make sure they actually know wtf they're doing and a short course on the different technology we have here and that'd be it. At least that way they'd be putting their degrees to use instead of using up jobs kids getting into the workforce could be occupying. and yes i understand they have to get jobs in their field but the government can't expect them to just not work while they're going through the required schooling.
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#35 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Ok yeah. im a legal immigrant to the US, Electrical and Computer Engineering (for the DoD now), got my citiizenship a while back.

Ok that system is fucked, citizens will never be able to compete. That shit may need fixing.

I didnt have access to any jobs but school sponsored ones. I worked at the school gym, for the school dining (bartender) and as a research assistant. Couldnt wait tables for a private org. then the career fair, internationals like me are restricted to 8 companies out of 250, competing with every other international student and citizen for them. Citizens can go to any company. So yeah, the system is geared against us here, it gave me half a chance, and i took it. So yeah a system like this would make sure you get the talent Canada needs, while not making your citizens compete unnecessarily with overseas people.

I didnt know how it was there, sorry dude.
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#37 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
all good man, i respect your hussle though. Shit's rough on both sides of the border. Glad you're doing well for yourself

also to answer your question 3, i'm working in retail as an assistant manager saving for a course in event planning. so i guess my saltyness is a bit biased. but i definitely belive the fact immigrants with medical degrees or business degrees have to redo ALL their schooling is bs
#28 - you say that but every tim hortons and mcdonalds is full of no…  [+] (8 replies) 11/01/2016 on STOP, STOP THEY ARE ALREADY... +3
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#30 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
The ones who get a visa to become legal immigrants to citizens have to be highly specialized in some business, or engineering or medecinal skill, that visa aint cheap.
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#29 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Immigrants or children of immigrants (in which case, canadians), can you verify ? Did you verify?
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#31 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
yea immigrants themselves, and yes verified since they love talking about how it was at home and how much better of a life their making for themselves here. Problem is they get the visa and they have their medical training or whatnot but they can't use it here in canada. government expects them to make enough money to go through canadian schooling but instead they go for fast food places hoping their kids will do better. probably just an opinion but i can't help but get a bit ticked off when i go to places my friends have applied to and gotten rejected from and all i see are phillipinos
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#33 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Adding to 2. Even after they get their degree, their Visa stipulates that their jobs MUST be in what they studied, cant just randomly pick any career
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#32 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Heres the thing though, thats just a private corporation doing its thing? Is it the governments fault?
Two im not sure about the visa, if they are in school, atleast in the US, they cannot take up any part time jobs other the ones the school offers (dining halls, libraries , research etc), so they dont compete with private sector jobs UNTIL theyve completed their STEM degree.
3. What is your degree in>? What jobs are you going for?
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#34 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
oh gosh no bud, i'm from Canada. if you're in school you can take up any job you can on the side. I agree though, it is more of a corporation thing but also believe they shouldn't NEED to go through the extra schooling if their degree oversees is legit. maybe a test just to make sure they actually know wtf they're doing and a short course on the different technology we have here and that'd be it. At least that way they'd be putting their degrees to use instead of using up jobs kids getting into the workforce could be occupying. and yes i understand they have to get jobs in their field but the government can't expect them to just not work while they're going through the required schooling.
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#35 - bgr (11/01/2016) [-]
Ok yeah. im a legal immigrant to the US, Electrical and Computer Engineering (for the DoD now), got my citiizenship a while back.

Ok that system is fucked, citizens will never be able to compete. That shit may need fixing.

I didnt have access to any jobs but school sponsored ones. I worked at the school gym, for the school dining (bartender) and as a research assistant. Couldnt wait tables for a private org. then the career fair, internationals like me are restricted to 8 companies out of 250, competing with every other international student and citizen for them. Citizens can go to any company. So yeah, the system is geared against us here, it gave me half a chance, and i took it. So yeah a system like this would make sure you get the talent Canada needs, while not making your citizens compete unnecessarily with overseas people.

I didnt know how it was there, sorry dude.
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#37 - musalana (11/01/2016) [-]
all good man, i respect your hussle though. Shit's rough on both sides of the border. Glad you're doing well for yourself

also to answer your question 3, i'm working in retail as an assistant manager saving for a course in event planning. so i guess my saltyness is a bit biased. but i definitely belive the fact immigrants with medical degrees or business degrees have to redo ALL their schooling is bs

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