Maybe I was not too clear the first time.
In job one you are paid X
In job two you are paid X * 1.6
In job three you should expect to be paid (X * 1.6) * 1.N
And so on ... so a higher paid job, raises you rate in the future, and in the future he may find more Perl jobs if he loves Perl so much
The other point was, you always have fun and play games after work.
Finally, why is working with C# so much worst, dont exagerate, it can be a fine environment.
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