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Old 08-02-2020, 12:11 AM
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What IT role pays $176k base with 7 years experience (assuming you're a local uni grad)? Do VP of IT in BB banks even make that much in base salary?
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What IT role pays $176k base with 7 years experience (assuming you're a local uni grad)? Do VP of IT in BB banks even make that much in base salary?
Presales. Actually 8 years experience, but yes, local uni grad.
When I first started out, I didn't think I could reach this salary level before I was 35 (at least not in IT sector), but now it would appear that it is not that uncommon...?

I believe VP of IT in BB should earn more than that, actually - but perhaps someone here could confirm.

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Old 16-02-2020, 12:06 AM
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Presales. Actually 8 years experience, but yes, local uni grad.
When I first started out, I didn't think I could reach this salary level before I was 35 (at least not in IT sector), but now it would appear that it is not that uncommon...?

I believe VP of IT in BB should earn more than that, actually - but perhaps someone here could confirm.
Yeah agreed should be higher

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Old 16-02-2020, 10:21 PM
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My wife and I plan to retire soon.
We have $500k for us to retire on from age 55 to 65.
When we reach 65, we will receive $4k pm ($2k pm each) from our CPF Life.
Our condo is fully paid up.
We can retire comfortably as we donít plan to own a car and we will cook delicious healthy dishes at home by ourselves.
We plan to exercise regularly, take up new hobbies, read, etc during our retirement.
We look forward to our retirement after working so hard at school (15 years) and at work (30 years).
Time to relax and smell the roses.
Our children are grown up and can take care of themselves.
We donít pamper them. They are strong, independent individuals. We are proud of them.

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Old 17-03-2020, 09:40 PM
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M:40, 200k, ICT sector, NUS MBA
F:36, 100k, education sector, MOE Degree
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Old 20-03-2020, 12:50 PM
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26 years old fresh grad, $3000

will i be able to hit a decent salary by 30?


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26 years old fresh grad, $3000

will i be able to hit a decent salary by 30?
YOu will only be paid as much as your employers think you are worth. So get moving improving your worth. Good Luck!
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26 years old fresh grad, $3000

will i be able to hit a decent salary by 30?
Every year increase about 300, by 30 you should be earning 4200
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Old 22-03-2020, 01:18 PM
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30 Year Old Male

4k monthly (before 20% employee's CPF excluding 17% employer CPF)

Bonus typically is 2 months (no 13th month)

Private degree
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30 Year Old Male

4k monthly (before 20% employee's CPF excluding 17% employer CPF)

Bonus typically is 2 months (no 13th month)

Private degree
30 years old as well

6k monthly (before 20% employee's CPF excluding 17% employer CPF)

Bonus typically is 1 month (no 13th month)
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30 years old as well

6k monthly (before 20% employee's CPF excluding 17% employer CPF)

Bonus typically is 1 month (no 13th month)
That's a decent salary, married / single? I am 30 (turning 31 this year) earning 4k take home...

Supporting family as an only child, unable to find local girl who can accept my salary
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