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MAN WORKS PART TIME JOB AS WIFE TAKES ALL HIS FULL TIME SALARY AWAY

I used to have a part time job at a restaurant around the Clarke Quay/Chinatown area during my study days and often work the dinner shift.

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There’s this other colleague of mine who is a working adult that frequently does the dinner shift with me but has a full time job in the day.

The job does not pay very well, just average at $10/hour and so I have always wondered why he would want to come and work in the evening after his full time job ends.

One day while on the job, we went for a break together.

Out of curiosity, I asked him for the reason why was he working so hard and holding two jobs.

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He shared with me that the reason why he came to do this part time job is that his salary from the full time job is credited to the wife’s bank account.

His wife insisted that the salary from the full time job be credited to her account because she thinks that he does not know how to control his money.

He would then receive an allowance of $800 a month for his food and transport from his wife while she would save the rest for him.

He said that he does not know how to survive on $800 a month and so decided to take up a part time job to earn some extra cash and even though the amount is not very significant, it helps him to pay some entertainment bills when he meets his friends.

He mentioned that he did not tell the wife about him working a part time job as she would most definitely take his salary away also and so he lied to her that he has to work late at his full time job everyday as the company is considering to promote someone to take up a higher post and he did not want to miss the opportunity.

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