Originally posted by venkatesh pendharkar:
only money matters,
greater the monetory effect ,lesser the stress effect
Originally posted by Henry Wong:
It doesn't matter how good you are, or how experienced you are, IMHO, the first few months of any new job (or contract) is always stressful.
Too much new stuff to learn -- different technologies, different tools, different procedures, new people, politics, etc. A huge desire to get up to speed quickly, and to prove yourself.
Changing jobs is not a good way to avoid stress.
Originally posted by william gates:
Eventually the more money you make, the higher the stress levels.
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