I recommend replacing the deprecated getAJob() method with the new and improved methods from the Client class, including getReferral() and workFromHome(). Though I personally tend to see the C and Perl implementations of that class more than the Java.
Though, in hindsight, many of the methods from the Client class do throw the dreaded exceptions from the gov.irs.payusnow package. And since getInsurance and get401K() are both abstract, you'll need to implement those yourself. [ January 27, 2005: Message edited by: Jason Fox ]
I'm myself considering the emigrate() function but that requires an implementation of the abstract DestinationCountry class and I haven't been able to provide one as yet. It also seems to require a large collection of Money objects which I also don't have.
I had to execute contractTerminated() method, and by that time getAJob() was already deprecated. So, I had to execute getAJobElsewhere(). Moved from SF to NY. I realized the city is great but weather and attitude of the people are the worse. I miss SF.
Actually GC is a good choice, like plumbing, it can't be sent offshore, it pays well, no one does it for pleasure, and it doesn't require a post grad degree.
except of course they're experimenting with putting it all underground. First area of this city has already been fitted with a fully automated garbage collection system, throw your bags into a chute and they get sucked by differential pressure to a central deposit from where it's loaded into trucks and sent to the incinerators. If we'd had an incinerator in the city it would be completely automated, requiring only a small maintenance staff to operate...
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