For example, today was a really great day as I was given the opportunity to interact with Japanese high school students based on my NUS friend/contact. I also made other important connections too aside from all the fun chatting we had together as a group. Then, I was speaking in really 'Queen's English' where the conversation was all well-articulated. On the other hand, I had fun speaking in Singlish with the chefs during my part-time work today. It was a wonderful experience today to use various 'languages' to communicate. If I only knew one, I'd lack the fun and interaction with the other. I'm not saying that having clear-articulated conversations with the better-educated is a (dis)benefit, but rather, it's a great opportunity for one to be closer to every group of people by speaking in a way that is most comfortable for them.
For that, I'm glad with what I'm doing right now despite not having a full-time job yet. I'll just consider this as an opportunity to grasp as much general knowledge and interaction with different people.
Insya-allah, I believe that when the time comes, I'll get the right job. In Him I put my faith in.