I should be a taxi driver instead
While some cabbies have complained that passengers are not flagging taxis, Transport Minister Raymond Lim said their earnings have however gone up.
Based on figures provided by ComfortDelGro, Singapore’s biggest taxi operator, cabbies are pocketing about $11 more a day, earning about $318.
Rental: $100 (Round up. Actually should be $97)
$318 - $100 - $80 = $138
Daily take home pay is $138.
Let’s assume they work 25 days per month.
$138 * 25 = $3450
Then every month give them $450 for miscellaneous stuff like season parking and car wash, that’s $3000 take home pay! OK, now, why did I take a part time degree when Taxi drivers are paid almost the same? Should just study the street directory and apply for a taxi license.
Where can you find a job with flexi working hours, high pay and many great benefits?
I’m going to apply to be a Taxi hirer. Anyone wants to be my relief driver?