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What I liked about my previous job in the Oil & Gas Industry
By Happy REIT Investor  •  September 14, 2022
I used to be a PMET (a very Singaporean abbreviation, if you are unsure, it actually means professional, managerial, executive and technical) in the oil and gas industry, more specifically upstream oil and gas. Yes, the once sexy and lucrative industry back in the days. I don't regret making a career out of it as it does have its perks.
  1. It pays comparatively better than other industries, even when oil price was in the doldrum, that is if you are spared from the retrenchment. I was even paid a bonus for joining my first company. That paid off my university school fee. Definitely help in my journey towards FIRE. If I didn't start my career in this industry, I wouldn't be writing this post.

  2. Travels. ALOT of travels. It was fun. Spent months in Europe and Asia. The thing about people in my industry, they know how to have fun. So it’s work hard, play harder.

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By Happy REIT Investor
A father on career break ( or career suicide) so he can spend more time with the kids and also to refocus his life and career. Random musings ( investment, kids, current affairs, TV shows and what not) of his everyday life as a "full time parent" depending on his passive income to pay for his part of expenses at home. Fortunate to have a very supportive wife ( who by the way prefers me to be at home all the time than to travel for work all the time) and 2 cute kids.

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