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Old 20-05-2019, 06:58 PM
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he is simply describing the plight of uol students.

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he is simply describing the plight of uol students.
He should be studying for his PSLE instead of typing rubbish here.

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He should be studying for his PSLE instead of typing rubbish here.
Haha sounds like a salty UOL student.
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So what's the salary range for SIM UOL fresh grad? Any consensus?
I have friends that start off from 2.3k - 4.2k flat, I was fortunate enough to fall somewhere in the 90th percentile of the group. Therefore, giving you a range in this case will not benefit you much.

I can describe to you the difference between my peers that are receiving on the ends of that range.

Lower range - Generally soft spoken; finds it difficult to express themselves; little to no related internship experience; did not score well at all given they've already landed themselves in a private uni instead of local uni.

Higher range - Expressive, outgoing, eager to learn - Easy as seen from impressive resumes, seize every opportunities to go for internships, some even juggle school and internship at the same time, FCH is a must.

Of course I've heard of ppl from UOL earning 1.5k-7k doing insurance, real estates. I've omitted the sales job from the range stated above as there are too many variables for that.

Hope this helps.

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I have friends that start off from 2.3k - 4.2k flat, I was fortunate enough to fall somewhere in the 90th percentile of the group. Therefore, giving you a range in this case will not benefit you much.

I can describe to you the difference between my peers that are receiving on the ends of that range.

Lower range - Generally soft spoken; finds it difficult to express themselves; little to no related internship experience; did not score well at all given they've already landed themselves in a private uni instead of local uni.

Higher range - Expressive, outgoing, eager to learn - Easy as seen from impressive resumes, seize every opportunities to go for internships, some even juggle school and internship at the same time, FCH is a must.

Of course I've heard of ppl from UOL earning 1.5k-7k doing insurance, real estates. I've omitted the sales job from the range stated above as there are too many variables for that.

Hope this helps.

-Graduate2018
The above may only be true at entry level. There are many factors affecting your career path after graduation. In addition, balance between salary and work load is the key to a sustainable career.

There is no point working too hard in the expense of health.
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The above may only be true at entry level. There are many factors affecting your career path after graduation. In addition, balance between salary and work load is the key to a sustainable career.

There is no point working too hard in the expense of health.
Definitely true, the ones working in the higher range have much lesser work life balance and it is of course important to take those into consideration to last in ur career. I didnt state that in the post because the thread was about starting pay. But the quoted post is right!

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My friend working at cpf with SIM-UOL 2nd upper equivalent, offered 2.8 k only.
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Old 22-05-2019, 01:47 AM
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SIM-UOL 2:1 only 2.5k
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Now we are getting realistic figures which are a much more helpful
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