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I think I am a 76- 100% overall. But rank myself (A) below.

Really depends on your take on 'effort'.

(A) - A skilled developer may have to put in very little effort to get the job done, but may have to put in a lot of effort to get to important mettings, ect. ( Important mettings,,, is that an oxy moron? )

(B) - On the other hand, some may have to put in a ton of effort writing code, and no effort doing anything else.

(C) - What about those who have effortless jobs, they may apply themselves 100%, but have a job that requires 0 effort. Such as a Ice cream taste testor, visual basic developer, or gas station clerk.

(D) - None of the above, you live on welfare, and have to make 100% effort to cash that check. Or a similer situation.


In reply to Re: If I had to rate my effort at work it'd be by PyroX
in thread If I had to rate my effort at work it'd be by vroom

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