Both are necessary...one to pay for the roads, school..etc..
The other so you won't fumble in your job..
I like msorensson's response, so true. However, I would prefer the orientation on a new job, it's a positive move foward (you can then pay your taxes).
TAXES! They will pursue you to the ends of the earth for taxes, but orientation only lasts a few hours.
I don't think either choice is that bad. New job orientation may be a little awkward, but it only lasts for a few hours/days. I also don't mind paying taxes...I just don't always agree with how the money is being spent. Both things are a necessary part of life.
I would say orientation at a new job. Doing taxes is no big deal; I do them every year. But, orientation means I am starting something new and most likely I am filled with some level of anxiety surrounding the new job.
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