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Old 17-08-2019, 04:41 PM
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****ing talk cock, diam la, once sim means sim forever

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Hey recent local uni grad with first class hons. Chanced across this forum and it saddens me to see how some posters are putting down our fellow SIM-UOL grads here. You guys dont deserve that.

Some of the most diligent and hardworking people I know are from here,pls dont be condescending. We're all fighting the same battles. Grades, while important, arent everything. And

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Hey recent local uni grad with first class hons. Chanced across this forum and it saddens me to see how some posters are putting down our fellow SIM-UOL grads here. You guys dont deserve that.

Some of the most diligent and hardworking people I know are from here,pls dont be condescending. We're all fighting the same battles. Grades, while important, arent everything. And
pls la grades are everything. once you go SIM means you have failed in life. come out jjww also no use, you are still a failure. continue to farm at your sub-$2k jobs while we fresh grads from LEGIT universities start off with $4k+ jobs.

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pls la grades are everything. once you go SIM means you have failed in life. come out jjww also no use, you are still a failure. continue to farm at your sub-$2k jobs while we fresh grads from LEGIT universities start off with $4k+ jobs.

You are indeed a fresh grad from legit universities.
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pls la grades are everything. once you go SIM means you have failed in life. come out jjww also no use, you are still a failure. continue to farm at your sub-$2k jobs while we fresh grads from LEGIT universities start off with $4k+ jobs.
I'm the same fresh local uni grad with first class. First, my starting salary isn't $4k+. It's $3.8k wo NS. Even then, I'm paid slightly higher than average in my cohort. I have friends with first class and higher GPAs that are paid lower than I am. On the flipside, I know of people with highly specialised skills and without stellar grades that are paid $4-5k straight out of school. All in all, grades dont always dictate salary.

Now that I've address the whole "local uni = good grades + high starting salary" argument, I'll address the "SIM = failure in life point". There's a multitude of reasons why ppl go to private unis. Some aren't as privileged as we are (tbh most ppl I know from school come from middle to high income families) and have to work while studying part time. Others go even further, having to support their families with wtv lil money they can earn with a diploma. That, my friend, is extremely admirable and I can't say that, in my four years of uni education, have I made such a huge impact on the lives around me.

So pls dont be narrow minded and categorise ppl from SIM/SUSS as failures in life. Sometimes, privilege does buy one a path into a local autonomous uni and beyond.
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UOL 2nd class honors, just got offered a job at a foreign bank, 2.4k
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UOL 2nd class honors, just got offered a job at a foreign bank, 2.4k
You underachieving young man. I started at 3k in sep 2013 now I'm at 6.8k
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You underachieving young man. I started at 3k in sep 2013 now I'm at 6.8k
In terms of annual from 2013 till now?
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You underachieving young man. I started at 3k in sep 2013 now I'm at 6.8k

shut up you dumb boomer
2013 singapore just came out of recession and the job market wasn't as badly saturated with ceca and jhk
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It is true in general private uni grads may start off with a lower salary.

I started with 2.9k gross per month back in 2012 after SIM.

I only have 5 years of relevant experience.

Currently getting close to 10k per month including bonus.
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