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Unregistered 25-06-2022 01:37 AM

leaving as a MOE teacher was a great choice. tutors have better chance of going to students house and use their under wear and bra to rub their bird bird

Unregistered 26-06-2022 08:04 PM

any fajt here? what is T1 and T2 under the rates?

Unregistered 07-07-2022 12:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 223514)
any fajt here? what is T1 and T2 under the rates?

T1 refers to your first-hour rate in which they pay you a premium.
T2 refers to your rate per hour.

Unregistered 28-07-2022 02:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 223116)
Oh! Can you apply while still in service? Had thought you should wait till after your last date to do so.

still in service but on some sort of leave seems like can, know ppl on NPL doing fajt

Unregistered 28-07-2022 02:55 PM

just got promoted to geo3 earlier this year after 8 years, started out as geo 1, after cpf only bringing home 2.7 per month now. anyone knows that's I should expect if I switch to fajt or cajt? desperately need to increase my income cause of family issues, hoping to rid all the extra portfolio they shove because "you are here for long enough" and take up tuition after work to boost income.

Unregistered 28-07-2022 03:32 PM

Adjunct pay is indeed pegged to last drawn in-service salary. For income maximisation, would full-time tuition work better?

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 226549)
just got promoted to geo3 earlier this year after 8 years, started out as geo 1, after cpf only bringing home 2.7 per month now. anyone knows that's I should expect if I switch to fajt or cajt? desperately need to increase my income cause of family issues, hoping to rid all the extra portfolio they shove because "you are here for long enough" and take up tuition after work to boost income.


Unregistered 28-07-2022 10:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 226549)
just got promoted to geo3 earlier this year after 8 years, started out as geo 1, after cpf only bringing home 2.7 per month now. anyone knows that's I should expect if I switch to fajt or cajt? desperately need to increase my income cause of family issues, hoping to rid all the extra portfolio they shove because "you are here for long enough" and take up tuition after work to boost income.

Consider joining mindchamps instead?

Unregistered 29-07-2022 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 226549)
just got promoted to geo3 earlier this year after 8 years, started out as geo 1, after cpf only bringing home 2.7 per month now. anyone knows that's I should expect if I switch to fajt or cajt? desperately need to increase my income cause of family issues, hoping to rid all the extra portfolio they shove because "you are here for long enough" and take up tuition after work to boost income.

Are you a degree holder? Itís unusual for a degree holder to be so lowly paid after 8 years.

It will be good to find out how much you will be paid as an FAJT and CAJT before you leap. If you are earning so little as a permanent teacher, chances are you do not hold a degree. Your hourly rate as a FAJT and monthly pay as a CAJT may not be high.

As far as I know, CAJTís workload does not differ from full-time Teachers and you also need to abide by the school hours with the meetings thrown in. Not sure about workshops though.

FAJT doesnít get paid for school holidays. Just to let you have an idea:

I start work in school between 6.30am and 7.15am and my last tuition lesson of the day ends at 9pm on weekdays. By the time I get home, itís often 10 plus.

You also have to be prepared that parents take breaks here and there especially during school holidays.

Unregistered 06-08-2022 10:14 PM

Earnings
 
That is working very hard for a flexi adjunct.
Do you earn more as compared when you were a full time
staff? I realize this is taking into account the
cancellations that tuitions & flexi work are prone to.
Thank you for sharing. :)

Unregistered 07-08-2022 11:57 PM

What are the options of job opportunities besides working as a tutor if one leaves the service?
Getting very tired with all the work and to juggle with family.


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