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Old 02-07-2020, 02:02 PM
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Not SIM-UOL but SIM-RMIT

Big 4 Audit $3K

Prolly leaving after 1 or 2 years

Yes we are from private university and those from local uni migjt havw learned more skills or get a higher pay. Just work hard, network, be sincere, do your best and i am sure you will make it to the best of your abilities.

Jiayou, especially in this tough covid world.

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Old 02-07-2020, 02:19 PM
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I graduated from University of Essex, a partner of Kaplan, a private university in Singapore. I'm working as an internship now and got pay 1k

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I graduated from University of Essex, a partner of Kaplan, a private university in Singapore. I'm working as an internship now and got pay 1k
Why are you in sim thread..

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Why are you in sim thread..
LOL my bad
This thread's name is "SIM-UOL fresh grad starting pay"
I thought the name is "fresh grad starting pay" So embarrassing
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Many SIM grads are selling insurance. Because you donít need a degree to sell insurance + can laugh at their local uni peers for earning less than them in this pandemic. #hardtruths
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Many SIM grads are selling insurance. Because you donít need a degree to sell insurance + can laugh at their local uni peers for earning less than them in this pandemic. #hardtruths
Thatís true bro. I have a friend who owns an investment holding company graduated from RMIT. He is a millionaire at the age of 25 years old. He started out in insurance. Close a businessman. That guy gave him an opportunity to be under his guidance. Invested in him. Itís all bout who knows you and who you know. Networking is key in ensuring success.
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Thatís true bro. I have a friend who owns an investment holding company graduated from RMIT. He is a millionaire at the age of 25 years old. He started out in insurance. Close a businessman. That guy gave him an opportunity to be under his guidance. Invested in him. Itís all bout who knows you and who you know. Networking is key in ensuring success.
So if you're a private uni grad + poor social skills, one lifetime forever finished?
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So if you're a private uni grad + poor social skills, one lifetime forever finished?
Yes. Either you leave singapore. Or go geylang to provide open leg service. You only have 2 choice for survival.
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Thatís true bro. I have a friend who owns an investment holding company graduated from RMIT. He is a millionaire at the age of 25 years old. He started out in insurance. Close a businessman. That guy gave him an opportunity to be under his guidance. Invested in him. Itís all bout who knows you and who you know. Networking is key in ensuring success.
a millionaire but graduated from RMIT. sad.
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Not all SIM grads are useless or bad like so many people make out to be. I was from SIM-UOL, got into a big 4, left after my 1st senior year & now in the private sector drawing $5.2K/month. Might not be much compared to FO in banks/tech but we all start somewhere & have our own path. Just work hard, communicate well & network. All the best everyone, be it private or local uni grad. Don't hate, just love. Life is too short too hate & bash each other. There's more to life.
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