Mini 6 - out is our finance We need to discuss about...

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Nguyen 1 Nick Nguyen CPO# 1886 Dr. Kranz PSYC 2143 March 26, 2013 Mini Project 6 My plan and expectation for my work life after graduation will be place in New York City. The rent for an apartment with a roommate would be varied from $600 to $1000+. It depends on the size, location, and neighborhood. My plan is to rent a $800-1000 apartment in Lower East side of Manhattan because it is close to the Finance District, where my workplace would be. I will get a job in finance field. The salary is expected to be at least $2500 a month. About the love life, although I don’t have plan for it yet, I don’t expect marriage or children until I get to late twenties. I expect my girlfriend will have a job too. Therefore, we have to set boundaries between work and home. We need to have good communication about what time we leave for work and set clear expectation about how our careers will bleed into our life. This would help us enjoying working, at the same time enjoy each other. One more thing we will plan
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Unformatted text preview: out is our finance. We need to discuss about whether each person is willing to support the other if a job is lost and how will our lifestyle change if partner gets a promotion. Also, we need to discuss and prepare for relocation. For us, it looks like both want to pursue a high-profile career. As a result, sacrifices will be made for the Nguyen 2 good of those careers. Therefore, we need to balance the sacrifices; accept and acknowledge the importance of your partner's sacrifice to further your career and be willing to do the same for their dreams in the future. Of course, we will share household duties. We will assign clear role on who do what and stick to it, but in case one of us is having a tough week or so, the other will willing to help with the household....
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