Engineer takes to social media to highlight plight of underpaid youth

Keertan Ayamany

Engineer takes to social media to highlight plight of underpaid youth

Keertan Ayamany

2/22/2020

Engineer takes to social media to highlight plight of underpaid youth

AN engineer has taken to Facebook to highlight the plight of the youth today whose salary increment does not correlate with inflation levels. Ir Abdul...

22 Feb 2020 / 12:29 H. — Screengrab courtesy of Ir Abdul Rahman Bahasa Facebook AN engineer has taken to Facebook to highlight the plight of the youth today whose salary increment does not correlate with inflation levels. Ir Abdul Rahman Bahasa said he overheard a pensioner at an eatery who criticized fresh grads for complaining about not being able to make end meet, although they are getting paid RM3000. The pensioner had purportedly said: “I’m amazed at these young children nowadays, their salary is already RM3000 yet they complain. Back in the 80’s, I had a salary of RM1500 only, I lived too. “I managed to buy a terrace house, use a Honda car and also eat at McDonalds.” “Children nowadays or so spoilt!” the pensioner had allegedly said. This irked Abdul prompting him to do some research and calculations of his own. Abdul calculated: Read more: theSun

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