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Army retiree ended up driving Taxi
#1
My mode of transport is taxi as I don't drive and my work timing is haywire. To my surprise there are so many army veterans driving taxi. Some pre-terminate their contact to start consulting and training business but fail, others simply cannot renew anymore.

What is happening to our society?

I just posted I leave my business and ended up jobless for 6 months and thought I am alone, but it is not. There are so many people suffering out there.

Please do not join the army, tell your sons/husband/boyfriend not to do that too. Once you are inside for many years, you will lost touch with the market and eventually you will be left out - skill-less and jobless.
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#2
Sorry to hear, but this is a global pandemic, not only it happen to you as almost all countries have this problem.
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#3
When you have to survive you just let down your pride and fight again tomorrow.

Talking about our officers or other army people who never suffered, why not take a look at those USA army veterans who are homeless on the street? They fight real war and suffered for their country. If a big country like USA have situation like this, what makes a small and insignificant country like ours matter?
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#4
I really pity those uncle who look so sad and they seem to be worried about their children's future. If I constantly take cab like this I will die of depression.
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#5
Now even taxi cannot survive because of Uber and Grab.

Looks like they going to hawker to pick up cardboard already.
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