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Old 19-07-2015, 08:43 PM
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Default UniSIM Finance with FCH starting pay.

Anyone know what;s the range?

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2.5-3k......



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Most employers dont pay you based on your qualification or class of hons. You can be a first class hons, but be jobless for months if you suck at interviews. And they will not pay you more just because of your first class. At most, it will give you a higher chance of securing an interview.

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Mostly 2.4-2.8k i think, those co w/o aws might offer 3k since bonus lower.
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If you are going to private sector, having a FCH or second lower, doesnt mean much.

as one of the commenter has mention, having a FCH will only increase the chance of you having the interview. (that's all)

based on my friends who grad from SIM, you can probably expect 2.4k to 2.8k

Of course maybe finance field might pay more and also depending on the position that you are applying. I believe some position might have more pay. Also, it is important how you present yourself during the interview and also how you negotiate the pay
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for what its worth, i have a friend w a 2nd lower uniSIM acct & fin degree. she secured a job in compliance w a brokerage pulling 3.5k (but with v v little increment and little possibility of advancement). but then i think the fact that she had been a paralegal for a few years before that helped.
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for what its worth, i have a friend w a 2nd lower uniSIM acct & fin degree. she secured a job in compliance w a brokerage pulling 3.5k (but with v v little increment and little possibility of advancement). but then i think the fact that she had been a paralegal for a few years before that helped.
Like that is considered having some relevant work exp, so the 3.5k is a mid career hire, not really fresh grad.
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Like that is considered having some relevant work exp, so the 3.5k is a mid career hire, not really fresh grad.
I suppose you are right. But then most people who do a part-time degree should have the same sort of experience. My friend is around 25-26 so its still pretty early on.
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I suppose you are right. But then most people who do a part-time degree should have the same sort of experience. My friend is around 25-26 so its still pretty early on.
Depends, your friend was lucky in the sense that her few years spent in legal is considered very close to compliance (a lot of legal train ppl join compliance) so they probably treat her as a deg grad with experience.

If she had join compliance with other job exp like sales, IT etc. dun think that will count and probably offered as fresh grad.
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Depends, your friend was lucky in the sense that her few years spent in legal is considered very close to compliance (a lot of legal train ppl join compliance) so they probably treat her as a deg grad with experience.

If she had join compliance with other job exp like sales, IT etc. dun think that will count and probably offered as fresh grad.
You are definitely correct. I doubt the 2nd lower would have gotten her the job otherwise.

I suppose that that means anyone that wants to leverage on their part-time degree should be employed (during their term of education) in a position that is related to their degree. On the bright side, that also means that life isn't over if you don't get an FCH or 2nd upper!
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