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Old 28-05-2020, 01:31 AM
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Graduated from SIM UOL last year. Now MDRT as an FC in a big 3 agency. Fak NUS NTU grads
What’s big 3 agency?

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What’s big 3 agency?
MDRT is lame, you can earn a million dollars but you're still low class, private uni grads

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MDRT is lame, you can earn a million dollars but you're still low class, private uni grads
Always amuses me how non-private uni grads feel the need to **** on private uni grads.

Why are you so insecure LOL

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UOL people just shut the **** up and understand the cold hard truth: yall will be in trash jobs.

Ignore the bullshit spewed over the last few posts.
Why should we shut up? Don't you have better things to do instead of spending your time here?

Apparently not.
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Old pte grad here, sharing my thoughts from 10 yr exp in the workforce:

hiring sentiment was similar to current climate, though it was on the up back then post GFC.

Suggest fresh grads to chart a short (1yr) and mid term (3y) career goals.
My 1y career goal was a “honeymoon period”: observe the industry + roles that interest me. More importantly, to see how the real working world operates and that’s why you can’t really do the above during schooling period. Cliche as it may be, its really not what most fresh grads (be it public/ Pte grads) perceive it to be.

3y goal was to be in a junior role based on the y1 findings. Meanwhile throw in some upskilling plans as well, be it short term courses or other skill sets. Masters and further studies may not be for everyone (at least not for me). I won’t advocate career planning beyond 5 yr; too volatile.

Specifically for Pte grads, lesser doors are open to us and it’s important to chart REALISTICALLY while maintaining some risk appetite. There is enough money (if it’s your key measure) in roles within each industry, beyond traditional glam areas. Eg IBs that people so love to discuss, yet out of reach for most.

Started @35k pa in y0, currently @150k pa, non-sales role. Not flexing (if it even qualifies one). Happy camper being the anecdotal median of my age group despite the slow start, meaning some of u will far exceed this, and much faster.
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Graduated from SIM UOL last year. Now MDRT as an FC in a big 3 agency. Fak NUS NTU grads
no one is being insecure, just rebutting this post.

if you have to accuse one of being insecure, maybe you are the insecure one?
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Old pte grad here, sharing my thoughts from 10 yr exp in the workforce:

hiring sentiment was similar to current climate, though it was on the up back then post GFC.

Suggest fresh grads to chart a short (1yr) and mid term (3y) career goals.
My 1y career goal was a “honeymoon period”: observe the industry + roles that interest me. More importantly, to see how the real working world operates and that’s why you can’t really do the above during schooling period. Cliche as it may be, its really not what most fresh grads (be it public/ Pte grads) perceive it to be.

3y goal was to be in a junior role based on the y1 findings. Meanwhile throw in some upskilling plans as well, be it short term courses or other skill sets. Masters and further studies may not be for everyone (at least not for me). I won’t advocate career planning beyond 5 yr; too volatile.

Specifically for Pte grads, lesser doors are open to us and it’s important to chart REALISTICALLY while maintaining some risk appetite. There is enough money (if it’s your key measure) in roles within each industry, beyond traditional glam areas. Eg IBs that people so love to discuss, yet out of reach for most.

Started @35k pa in y0, currently @150k pa, non-sales role. Not flexing (if it even qualifies one). Happy camper being the anecdotal median of my age group despite the slow start, meaning some of u will far exceed this, and much faster.
you honestly sound very eloquent and intelligent. happy for your progression and thanks for the sharing!
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MDRT is lame, you can earn a million dollars but you're still low class, private uni grads
It's true, I am low class trash and I always prostrate myself before my intellectual superiors
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Always amuses me how non-private uni grads feel the need to **** on private uni grads.

Why are you so insecure LOL
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Old pte grad here, sharing my thoughts from 10 yr exp in the workforce:

hiring sentiment was similar to current climate, though it was on the up back then post GFC.

Suggest fresh grads to chart a short (1yr) and mid term (3y) career goals.
My 1y career goal was a “honeymoon period”: observe the industry + roles that interest me. More importantly, to see how the real working world operates and that’s why you can’t really do the above during schooling period. Cliche as it may be, its really not what most fresh grads (be it public/ Pte grads) perceive it to be.

3y goal was to be in a junior role based on the y1 findings. Meanwhile throw in some upskilling plans as well, be it short term courses or other skill sets. Masters and further studies may not be for everyone (at least not for me). I won’t advocate career planning beyond 5 yr; too volatile.

Specifically for Pte grads, lesser doors are open to us and it’s important to chart REALISTICALLY while maintaining some risk appetite. There is enough money (if it’s your key measure) in roles within each industry, beyond traditional glam areas. Eg IBs that people so love to discuss, yet out of reach for most.

Started @35k pa in y0, currently @150k pa, non-sales role. Not flexing (if it even qualifies one). Happy camper being the anecdotal median of my age group despite the slow start, meaning some of u will far exceed this, and much faster.
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