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Old 06-12-2022, 09:42 PM
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I am stuck in BT project for more than 1 year as an analyst, want to roll off. Boss donít let, people lead act blur not helpful. End of year bonus 1 month base only (8%). Feeling really lost and pointless.
Everyday just slog to work and auto pilot.

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Old 06-12-2022, 09:44 PM
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What project drop name so we can avoid
BT, NGMR.
All the gov one just avoid. But u probably wonít have a choice

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Old 06-12-2022, 11:16 PM
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I am stuck in BT project for more than 1 year as an analyst, want to roll off. Boss donít let, people lead act blur not helpful. End of year bonus 1 month base only (8%). Feeling really lost and pointless.
Everyday just slog to work and auto pilot.
Time for exit plan I guess

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Old 06-12-2022, 11:20 PM
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BT, NGMR.
All the gov one just avoid. But u probably wonít have a choice
Haha actually I second this. Depends on what you value. I did projects in other industries but I find that the people are not as nice as gov projects. In terms of skills sets wise, I have to say gov ones are stronger cause in other industries, a lot of work is outsourced and the onshore resource might not have more hands on experience.
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Old 07-12-2022, 03:52 AM
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BT, NGMR.
All the gov one just avoid. But u probably wonít have a choice
True, gov projects all the tech folks including myself all auto out there. Private sector projects usually we tech track one hardly get chance to do, always see those consulting or strategy people there. Unfair siaÖ our specialist in the project also shared last time without the talent advancement program those consulting track earn more than us despite being in the same career level, now standardised with the tap. Like I know consulting more competitive and the offer harder to get than us where we have a big bunch. But still so many gov projects sia in ACN and like all damn many years. Tech folks damn hard to get out once weíre in auto extension throughout :/
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Old 07-12-2022, 04:58 AM
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Haha actually I second this. Depends on what you value. I did projects in other industries but I find that the people are not as nice as gov projects. In terms of skills sets wise, I have to say gov ones are stronger cause in other industries, a lot of work is outsourced and the onshore resource might not have more hands on experience.
Gov projects in a way more stability la, like auto extend across to next phase or wave 😂 hard to be bench. Like imagine those consulting people quite poor thing also, get in harder but end up projects all quite short duration, one end already need to keep finding. Each change in project is similar to finding a new job, with the short duration they have to grasp faster also. Gov projects arenít all as bad, but it became categories as bad due to that few projects thatís legit terrible. I still think Iím comfortable in the tech track, see the consulting side everyone so competitive and worst ot/wlb can die. Mental stress also short duration, and acn doesnít pay that well for me to put myself through this.
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Old 07-12-2022, 10:57 AM
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I am at a cross road.
Joined as fresh grad analyst, promoted to senior analyst after 1 year ish. Pay increase is sad $5400 now. Next promotion will be 2 years later.
Is it a good time to leave after taking the December bonus of 1 month? Really donít see a point in continuing. I am just auto pilot mode in work everyday. Limited growth and learning
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I am at a cross road.
Joined as fresh grad analyst, promoted to senior analyst after 1 year ish. Pay increase is sad $5400 now. Next promotion will be 2 years later.
Is it a good time to leave after taking the December bonus of 1 month? Really donít see a point in continuing. I am just auto pilot mode in work everyday. Limited growth and learning
$5400 is decent, the average Singaporean median salary is below 5k.

But you do you. If you can hop to other companies and be certain that you won't be laid off while tech companies are laying off people everywhere then go for it.

I'm also auto piloting at my work but most of these grad programs etc are like that. You are basically just waiting and farming YOE. Once you have enough YOE, like say maybe 2-3+? you can start hopping.

People don't stay for promotions, they stay for the experience and put it on resume because most tech recruiters don't want to hire freshies < 2 YOE. The tech market has always been hot for mid-level to senior roles, not juniors.

If you don't believe me you can go check other tech forums, sub-reddits etc, they will say the same thing. This has how the market has worked for the past 2 decades.
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I am at a cross road.
Joined as fresh grad analyst, promoted to senior analyst after 1 year ish. Pay increase is sad $5400 now. Next promotion will be 2 years later.
Is it a good time to leave after taking the December bonus of 1 month? Really donít see a point in continuing. I am just auto pilot mode in work everyday. Limited growth and learning
Nope, you should stay, 2 yrs experience doesn't take you to anywhere. Most senior positions out there require at least 5 years experience.
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Nope, you should stay, 2 yrs experience doesn't take you to anywhere. Most senior positions out there require at least 5 years experience.
Yup agree with this and the post before it, u need enough years of experience if not sure die when trying to get interviews unless u got referral. No point hopping now just get more exp first. All jobs are brain dead and autopilot kind one unless u working as doctor or some ****.
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