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Re: Money vs. Perl

by Paulster2 (Priest)
on Mar 16, 2005 at 13:57 UTC ( #439943=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Money vs. Perl

As stated previously, there is more points here than just money and perl. Job satisfaction is another very large point. Another point about the potential job that you are turning down; longevity. If I am reading between the lines correctly, it seems that the new job would only be for as long as they need you, not for a permanent hire. Would the gaining organization just throw you away when they are done with you? Is your current employer going to do the same? I guess you really don't know until it happens, unless they tell you up front. I don't think that I would leave a sure thing (ie: year(s) of employment) for something that might end in a few months.


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[james28909]: why, what is the point. if you cant see that we are smarter than cavemen then i need to just shutup lol. cavemen didnt propell themselves onto a moon. they stared at it and probably howled
[SuicideJunkie]: We are certainly vastly more educated and wealthy. Raw intelligence is much more difficult to measure.
[james28909]: exactly. i think the question that should be asked is, where will intelligence take us.

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