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Old 27-03-2018, 11:24 AM
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Graduated from UOL in 2012. Started with 2900 with 4 months bonus.

Fast forward to 2018, getting 5K with 5 months bonus.

I believe the market is still challenging for private uni graduates.

Once you started working, your experience matters much more than your UOL degree.

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Old 27-03-2018, 11:47 AM
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hey guys, uol fresh grad here start pay 2.3k compliance private sector. is it ok ?

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r u joking? that's poly grad salary leh

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Old 28-03-2018, 06:11 PM
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Hello

I'm planning on applying for SIM-UOL. It should be obvious by now that I did badly for my A Levels. I was too playful and lazy and simply was not disciplined enough.

I was just curious is it alright for me to work part-time when I'm studying in SIM?

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Old 29-03-2018, 12:08 AM
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r u joking? that's poly grad salary leh
just like how people think its a joke that we can get degree in 2 years, you think the degree worth alot of money meh? degree holders everywhere on the street lo and its challenging to even find a job for us now
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Old 29-03-2018, 10:04 PM
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Hello

I'm a SIM UOL student here. I'm doing econs and politics and I was wondering can I enter the field of investment banking after I graduate?
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Old 29-03-2018, 11:16 PM
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Hi, fresh grad from UOL as well. Just recently signed contract but want to clarify, if it is not stated in the contract, can i assume that monthly probationary pay is equal to basic monthly pay
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Hi, fresh grad from UOL as well. Just recently signed contract but want to clarify, if it is not stated in the contract, can i assume that monthly probationary pay is equal to basic monthly pay
you should ask HR. Dont assume for your contract.
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Old 31-03-2018, 04:13 PM
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Just wanted to share the article below:

s://.todayonline.com/singapore/60-private-school-fresh-grads-found-full-time-jobs-average-starting-pay-s2550-survey

It seems like the starting pay of private uni grads have not changed much. When I graduated from UOL in 2012, my basic was $2700. We can take such surveys as a rough guage but ultimately we need to take control of our career path. Dont be too fixated on high starting pay and entering into lucrative industries. Not everyone needs and can be a trader, investment banker etc. We just need to join a good company and meet a good boss and have stable pay.
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Just wanted to share the article below:

s://.todayonline.com/singapore/60-private-school-fresh-grads-found-full-time-jobs-average-starting-pay-s2550-survey

It seems like the starting pay of private uni grads have not changed much. When I graduated from UOL in 2012, my basic was $2700. We can take such surveys as a rough guage but ultimately we need to take control of our career path. Dont be too fixated on high starting pay and entering into lucrative industries. Not everyone needs and can be a trader, investment banker etc. We just need to join a good company and meet a good boss and have stable pay.
The pay of the average local uni grad also haven't changed much. It's the top end of the salary range that's changing -- the top students who enter tech, fmcg, o&g, consulting, investment banking are getting paid higher compared to last time.
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Just wanted to share the article below:

s://.todayonline.com/singapore/60-private-school-fresh-grads-found-full-time-jobs-average-starting-pay-s2550-survey

It seems like the starting pay of private uni grads have not changed much. When I graduated from UOL in 2012, my basic was $2700. We can take such surveys as a rough guage but ultimately we need to take control of our career path. Dont be too fixated on high starting pay and entering into lucrative industries. Not everyone needs and can be a trader, investment banker etc. We just need to join a good company and meet a good boss and have stable pay.
My starting pay in 2005 was $2700 too!
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