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    Roughly 30k, for the odd holidays now and enough money to keep the parents occupied so they won't feel the need to visit me every day once they retire.
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    Well, i know what money i'm going to be on when i graduate and im happy with that

    In terms of my life? i dont really know, i guess im more bothered about the combined household income than my individual income. I would like enough to be able to go on a foreign holiday once a year and live in a house in a nice area with enough bedrooms so that my (future) children can have one each. However, im not really convinced that this is what would make me happy, more -- comfortable. I dont think there is a salary that will make me "happy" there are definetly salaries that will make me unhappy, but i think it will take more than money to fully make me happy.
 
 
 
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