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Old 10-06-2021, 12:32 AM
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They can earn 18-29k pm but cannot read lol
How sad.. your simple mind cant infer the 2-5YOE from the 10-years salary listed out.

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They can earn 18-29k pm but cannot read lol
Come, I post again. Yall see too many numbers then brain not working alr..

2nd yr salary 4500
3rd yr salary 5500
4th yr salary 7500
5th yr salary 9500

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Old 11-06-2021, 12:18 AM
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Hi, Can I please clarify,
1) Does 'base salary' in employment contracts include or exclude CPF Employee contributions?
2) Does 'base salary' in employment contracts include or exclude CPF Employer contributions?

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Old 11-06-2021, 12:26 AM
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Hi, Can I please clarify,
1) Does 'base salary' in employment contracts include or exclude CPF Employee contributions?
2) Does 'base salary' in employment contracts include or exclude CPF Employer contributions?
If base salary $1000.. $800 goes into ur bank acc, $200+170=$370 goes into cpf
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If base salary $1000.. $800 goes into ur bank acc, $200+170=$370 goes into cpf
Thanks for the clarification! Is this generally applied across all SG companies?
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Old 11-06-2021, 12:29 AM
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Companies in SG*
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Ya.. standard one la.. not sure ask ur HR lor.
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Old 11-06-2021, 12:43 AM
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How sad.. your simple mind cant infer the 2-5YOE from the 10-years salary listed out.
This thread started with: “For those who graduated 2-5 years ago, curious to know how everyone is doing in terms of their salary.”

You blind or your simple mind cannot comprehend 2-5YOE salaries can be vastly different from 5, 10, 20 years ago? Maybe both?
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Old 12-06-2021, 06:40 AM
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Foreign investment banker. Don't need you all to believe. Just came here to show off and make you all feel bad.

2012 4000
2013 4500
2014 5500
2015 7500
2016 9500
2017 14000
2018 18000
2019 23000
2020 26000
2021 29500
So free come forum?? Lmao troll
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Foreign investment banker. Don't need you all to believe. Just came here to show off and make you all feel bad.

2012 4000
2013 4500
2014 5500
2015 7500
2016 9500
2017 14000
2018 18000
2019 23000
2020 26000
2021 29500
Nearing 10 YOE and still stuck at mid level comp? I feel bad for you LMAO. I am an S&T fresher and my director pulls in 700k to 1MM pa
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