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Jan. 13, 2022, 11:21 p.m. | /u/ThinkBeat1019

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Why not just put in the bare minimum at work? Why have any drive at all or particular attachment to reducing time of production issues? You'll only be around an average of 2~ years anyway and by that time given ramping on time and interviewing, (about 6 months each end), they would only be just getting around to firing you if you weren't particularly good at obsfucating or giving a bit more than the bare minimum as typically needed.

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