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外围体育投注As the title suggest I’m am currently working in a job that is great on paper. 9 day fortnight (government), Mid 90K salary (outside VIC/NSW) , Within 15 minutes of home, 4.5 week A/L, 4% Super matching.

外围体育投注The issue is I am not positively challenged and incredibly bored at work. I do not dread coming in but find myself staring at a computer screen doing very little or on my phone for a large portion of the day. I have requested more work but my calls fall on deaf ears. I feel as though I’m wasting away and developing bad habits. I have currently been in the role for 2 years and feel if i stay much longer i will be institutionalised and become too accustom to the role.

外围体育投注I would normally seek other employment but given the current climate i do not believe that is a sensible move. I am also conscious of the impact of taking a reduction in pay and perks will have on my lifestyle (9 day fortnights are amazing for work life balance). I believe most other roles I’m qualified for would be on a smaller salary (80-90 range) and longer hours/commute.

外围体育投注Essentially seeking advice from people who have been in a similar position in how they effectively used their time. I have considered a "side hustle" but yet to come across anything appropriate that I could commit to (don't want to be a re-seller). Would also be interesting to hear from people who have moved from decent jobs they disliked and their experiences.

外围体育投注Apologies if this is tone deaf and whinny given the current climate. Please delete if not finance related.

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Posted by19 hours ago

I'm an existing NAB customer and have a facility with Equity Builder so I figured I'd use NABTrade to buy some international shares.

外围体育投注Both the mobile app and web portal are basically unusable.

外围体育投注Why does one of the biggest banks in the country have a product that looks and functions like it was made by a year 9 student for their IT term project?

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Posted by9 hours ago

I'm your typical r/Ausfinance user with most of my equity split between residential investment property, VAS and VGS.

My most interesting play is a 5k stake in ASX:HACK, the CyberSecurity ETF. The management fee (0.67%) is very high but I believe it presents diversified exposure to an industry that will grow exponentially over the next 30 years.

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Posted by15 hours ago

I just made an offer of $540k on a place that the developer is selling for $690k. Other new places in the area of similar configuration are selling for $520-570k, although from different developers.

外围体育投注Am I low balling them? Or are they just asking too much?

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