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Unregistered 04-05-2022 12:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155675)
Lol 250-300k even in 4 years, dream on - current economical climate not withstanding

250-300 is not enough tbh - IBD already pays 140-150k pa starting with 6-12m bonus (200-300k pa all in). When they make assoc (3-4yoe) it’s 240k pa base = 400-500k all in.

Competition is fierce. FAANG SWE = 110-140k pa starting and rises to 300k+ in 4-5 yrs.

If you think young folks arent paid this amount, you are stuck in your own world with $200 increments thinking no one deserves more. These are folks who do 3-4 internships while you shake leg during every break. If you want to get better, go work on your cv instead of trying to put others down. Cringe bro.

Unregistered 05-05-2022 12:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 216790)
250-300 is not enough tbh - IBD already pays 140-150k pa starting with 6-12m bonus (200-300k pa all in). When they make assoc (3-4yoe) it’s 240k pa base = 400-500k all in.

Competition is fierce. FAANG SWE = 110-140k pa starting and rises to 300k+ in 4-5 yrs.

If you think young folks arent paid this amount, you are stuck in your own world with $200 increments thinking no one deserves more. These are folks who do 3-4 internships while you shake leg during every break. If you want to get better, go work on your cv instead of trying to put others down. Cringe bro.

Rofl 240k as a MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT with 4YOE. The internet is full of dumb ****ing kids.

Unregistered 27-05-2022 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 216898)
Rofl 240k as a MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT with 4YOE. The internet is full of dumb ****ing kids.

Yup can confirm - mck MBB

Unregistered 28-05-2022 11:17 AM

Why are people so salty in this forum? 200k++ all in is possible for top roles straight from undergraduate. Instead of being so salty maybe you should reflect why you didn't work hard in school, too busy partying left and right, or your rag and flag or whatever

Unregistered 30-05-2022 01:02 PM

Well we have a useless sourgrapes boomer here, who thinks everyone should earn what he’s earning. “How can fresh grad deserve more than S$4k per mth? OVERPAID” L m a o

Unregistered 30-05-2022 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 219691)
Well we have a useless sourgrapes boomer here, who thinks everyone should earn what he’s earning. “How can fresh grad deserve more than S$4k per mth? OVERPAID” L m a o

In today's context earning $4k per month is only considered decent off course is very much dependent on the field of study. Above average should be starting at 5K with the high achievers starting at 7k and above. At the age of 30, average ones should be drawing 6k, above average 7.5k and high fliers 10k and above. Average is approx 50-60 percentile, above average 60-89 percentile and high fliers 90 percentile and above.

Unregistered 31-05-2022 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 219694)
In today's context earning $4k per month is only considered decent off course is very much dependent on the field of study. Above average should be starting at 5K with the high achievers starting at 7k and above. At the age of 30, average ones should be drawing 6k, above average 7.5k and high fliers 10k and above. Average is approx 50-60 percentile, above average 60-89 percentile and high fliers 90 percentile and above.

At 30, girls will have worked 6-7 years and guys 5-6 years. We can talk about the ultra highflyers. There are maybe 100-300 people per cohort in the top few firms in these top couple of industries. I am sure there are other roles that pay well as well (PE, HF etc) but are smaller, and IB/MC are the more well-known and sizeable ones and form the base of ‘liquidity’ for people to go into other careers.

For girls,
At 6-7 years in MBB you would be an EM level. That’s around 16-18k base, 250-300k all in.
At 6-7 years in BB IB you would be Assoc/entry VP level. That’s around 20-30k base, 400-600k all in.
US whiteshoe big law assoc = 20-30k base, 300-400k all in.
For guys, maybe take a 20-30% discount on those numbers due to 2 years lag.

Outside these professional services folks there are also the tech folks.

Tech numbers will depend on whether you are in SG or US, and when you got your stocks. The industry is growing too fast and compensation is too unstable for me to put a gauge on things. But SWEs from NUS love to talk up their US comp after going overseas, but that’s stupid. US salaries don’t apply because they pay 40% tax + high COL, and the litmus test is if you do a lateral transfer within a Google or Meta you won’t get anywhere close to your US package in SG with the same numbers (even replacing USD with SGD). But it’s also a good industry and I think SWEs with 5-6 yrs xp can be pulling 250-350k depending on which firm they are in.

Unregistered 31-05-2022 02:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 219789)
At 30, girls will have worked 6-7 years and guys 5-6 years. We can talk about the ultra highflyers. There are maybe 100-300 people per cohort in the top few firms in these top couple of industries. I am sure there are other roles that pay well as well (PE, HF etc) but are smaller, and IB/MC are the more well-known and sizeable ones and form the base of ‘liquidity’ for people to go into other careers.

For girls,
At 6-7 years in MBB you would be an EM level. That’s around 16-18k base, 250-300k all in.
At 6-7 years in BB IB you would be Assoc/entry VP level. That’s around 20-30k base, 400-600k all in.
US whiteshoe big law assoc = 20-30k base, 300-400k all in.
For guys, maybe take a 20-30% discount on those numbers due to 2 years lag.

Outside these professional services folks there are also the tech folks.

Tech numbers will depend on whether you are in SG or US, and when you got your stocks. The industry is growing too fast and compensation is too unstable for me to put a gauge on things. But SWEs from NUS love to talk up their US comp after going overseas, but that’s stupid. US salaries don’t apply because they pay 40% tax + high COL, and the litmus test is if you do a lateral transfer within a Google or Meta you won’t get anywhere close to your US package in SG with the same numbers (even replacing USD with SGD). But it’s also a good industry and I think SWEs with 5-6 yrs xp can be pulling 250-350k depending on which firm they are in.

Your white shoe numbers are too low.

Cravath starting is already 215k USD = 300k SGD (not including bonuses). 4 - 5 years in would be close to 480k (not including bonuses).

Unregistered 31-05-2022 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 219789)
At 30, girls will have worked 6-7 years and guys 5-6 years. We can talk about the ultra highflyers. There are maybe 100-300 people per cohort in the top few firms in these top couple of industries. I am sure there are other roles that pay well as well (PE, HF etc) but are smaller, and IB/MC are the more well-known and sizeable ones and form the base of ‘liquidity’ for people to go into other careers.

For girls,
At 6-7 years in MBB you would be an EM level. That’s around 16-18k base, 250-300k all in.
At 6-7 years in BB IB you would be Assoc/entry VP level. That’s around 20-30k base, 400-600k all in.
US whiteshoe big law assoc = 20-30k base, 300-400k all in.
For guys, maybe take a 20-30% discount on those numbers due to 2 years lag.

Outside these professional services folks there are also the tech folks.

Tech numbers will depend on whether you are in SG or US, and when you got your stocks. The industry is growing too fast and compensation is too unstable for me to put a gauge on things. But SWEs from NUS love to talk up their US comp after going overseas, but that’s stupid. US salaries don’t apply because they pay 40% tax + high COL, and the litmus test is if you do a lateral transfer within a Google or Meta you won’t get anywhere close to your US package in SG with the same numbers (even replacing USD with SGD). But it’s also a good industry and I think SWEs with 5-6 yrs xp can be pulling 250-350k depending on which firm they are in.

Your white shoe numbers are too low. Cravath starting is already 215k USD = 300k SGD (not including bonuses). 4 - 5 years in would be close to 480k (not including bonuses). Big law salaries (at least at the NQ level) are a matter of public record so go ahead and verify.

Unregistered 31-05-2022 05:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 219789)
At 30, girls will have worked 6-7 years and guys 5-6 years. We can talk about the ultra highflyers. There are maybe 100-300 people per cohort in the top few firms in these top couple of industries. I am sure there are other roles that pay well as well (PE, HF etc) but are smaller, and IB/MC are the more well-known and sizeable ones and form the base of ‘liquidity’ for people to go into other careers.

For girls,
At 6-7 years in MBB you would be an EM level. That’s around 16-18k base, 250-300k all in.
At 6-7 years in BB IB you would be Assoc/entry VP level. That’s around 20-30k base, 400-600k all in.
US whiteshoe big law assoc = 20-30k base, 300-400k all in.
For guys, maybe take a 20-30% discount on those numbers due to 2 years lag.

Outside these professional services folks there are also the tech folks.

Tech numbers will depend on whether you are in SG or US, and when you got your stocks. The industry is growing too fast and compensation is too unstable for me to put a gauge on things. But SWEs from NUS love to talk up their US comp after going overseas, but that’s stupid. US salaries don’t apply because they pay 40% tax + high COL, and the litmus test is if you do a lateral transfer within a Google or Meta you won’t get anywhere close to your US package in SG with the same numbers (even replacing USD with SGD). But it’s also a good industry and I think SWEs with 5-6 yrs xp can be pulling 250-350k depending on which firm they are in.

Work in one of the field mentioned above, and can confirm the numbers quoted are accurate based on my own experience + friends' in the field too.


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