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Old 03-01-2012, 04:01 PM
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IT Support Officer,26 yrs old
2yrs++ close to 3
40kpa
Am I under paid?Any suggestion for future?
Why are there so many 20+ asking for advice? For goodness sake, you are already an adult not some teenagers. Grow up people!

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Why are there so many 20+ asking for advice? For goodness sake, you are already an adult not some teenagers. Grow up people!
Hey, there's nothing wrong with advice, doesn't mean an being adult, you don't need any advice.

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Hey, there's nothing wrong with advice, doesn't mean an being adult, you don't need any advice.
Let's just ignore such childish trolls ard here



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IT Support Officer,26 yrs old
2yrs++ close to 3
40kpa
Am I under paid?Any suggestion for future?

Are u degree holder? In public or private sector? U're female i assume..no NS.

I think your pay could be abit higher.
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:27 PM
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Here's mine.

Retail sales manager.
47k (2010) - IRAS
42k (2011 base on my own calculations.)

Not very high since education low. only O levels.
Previously supervisor in another company earn 30k-ish
Working for 5 years already.
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U sure? U from foreign bank?
Yes, I am.
And there will be no bonuses.
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Old 03-01-2012, 11:08 PM
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Work myself up with 7yrs experience. Earning 200ksgd pa in chem industry in 2011.
Started from 2.5k as mgmt trainee and have been doubling my base pay almost every year through promotions.

Worked very hard but luck counts super a lot. Got a chance 6years ago to join GS as equity analyst but rejected that as I do not think I can survive in the political banking world then. Don't think I will make that cut now as well but really envy their pay.... To be able to retire at the age of 40yrs with a comfortable life thereafter....

Good luck guys. For those who is stuck, hopping after every 2-5yrs will probably help jump your pay more. Smart HR usually benchmark your last drawn pay.... So getting that first highly paid job is even more important...
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Work myself up with 7yrs experience. Earning 200ksgd pa in chem industry in 2011.
Started from 2.5k as mgmt trainee and have been doubling my base pay almost every year through promotions.

Worked very hard but luck counts super a lot. Got a chance 6years ago to join GS as equity analyst but rejected that as I do not think I can survive in the political banking world then. Don't think I will make that cut now as well but really envy their pay.... To be able to retire at the age of 40yrs with a comfortable life thereafter....

Good luck guys. For those who is stuck, hopping after every 2-5yrs will probably help jump your pay more. Smart HR usually benchmark your last drawn pay.... So getting that first highly paid job is even more important...
Good to hear from someone working hard and doing well here.
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Work myself up with 7yrs experience. Earning 200ksgd pa in chem industry in 2011.
Started from 2.5k as mgmt trainee and have been doubling my base pay almost every year through promotions.

Worked very hard but luck counts super a lot. Got a chance 6years ago to join GS as equity analyst but rejected that as I do not think I can survive in the political banking world then. Don't think I will make that cut now as well but really envy their pay.... To be able to retire at the age of 40yrs with a comfortable life thereafter....

Good luck guys. For those who is stuck, hopping after every 2-5yrs will probably help jump your pay more. Smart HR usually benchmark your last drawn pay.... So getting that first highly paid job is even more important...
Wow..7 yrs exp only and u hit 200k..i think most of your peers in banking are not even making as much as u..except for those in investment banking FO.

I fully agree with what u said.. "hopping after every 2-5yrs will probably help jump your pay more. Smart HR usually benchmark your last drawn pay.... So getting that first highly paid job is even more important" (I doubt most HR do that benchmarking..)
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Wow..7 yrs exp only and u hit 200k..i think most of your peers in banking are not even making as much as u..except for those in investment banking FO.

I fully agree with what u said.. "hopping after every 2-5yrs will probably help jump your pay more. Smart HR usually benchmark your last drawn pay.... So getting that first highly paid job is even more important" (I doubt most HR do that benchmarking..)

I know my hr does so, not sure the rest, through background checks and asking your current salary during interview... Even if your current pay is lower after upping it to max 20% (usually the increments are smaller, even if hiring mgr press for it) compared to similar existing roles, they will still not let it go above that mark. I guess my hr need to really justify to above even at 20%...maybe the rest of other companies are different. Anyway, I have sticked to 1 company so far... Time for me to make a move and see how other companies work..
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