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Old 11-10-2020, 03:17 PM
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31 years old. MHA uniformed service. Joined in 2012 at 23 years old with a Diploma and starting salary of $2000 before bonuses.

Current gross monthly around $6000 including avg bonuses so about $72k per year.

Now pursuing a part-time degree fully sponsored by MHA.

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31 years old. MHA uniformed service. Joined in 2012 at 23 years old with a Diploma and starting salary of $2000 before bonuses.

Current gross monthly around $6000 including avg bonuses so about $72k per year.

Now pursuing a part-time degree fully sponsored by MHA.
It is a great progression

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With the rise in demand for highly-skilled professional contractors, we also predict that the reward you offer the workforce will increase to meet the increasing salary expectations. Since the skills and capabilities of the workforce will be elevated in the long-run, employees will expect a higher pay. So you’ll not just be paying for headcount, but also for their skills that you’ll need to stay at the forefront. Read more here: .randstad.com.sg/workforce-insights/workforce-trends/an-integrated-workforce-is-the-future-of-work/

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-$30k loans, local u average performer in engineering, cannot find any job yet, graduating this dec 2020
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Old 21-10-2020, 11:25 AM
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37 year Singaporean male(did NS).

Industry: Tech (FAANG)
Title: Software Engineer

2020 Annual Basic: SGD$150K
2020 Annual Bonus: SGD$250k to SGD$300k (includes RSU Stock appreciation)

2019 Total Comp: SGD$350k
2020 Expected Total Comp: SGD$400k - SGD$450k per annum

Other income: rent out my condo for SGD$6k/month to expats.

My spouse is a doctor in Singapore I earn 2x of her annual total comp.

COVID has been good for my industry. FAANG stock price has never been higher.

Recession? What recession?
What kind of doctor?
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Old 21-10-2020, 01:56 PM
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What kind of doctor?
His 'spouse' is his IMH psychiatric doctor la. Lots of retrenched siao langs posting imaginary salaries during WFH and CB. Mental illnesses (and not salaries) during recession are at an all time high.
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Old 21-10-2020, 02:33 PM
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His 'spouse' is his IMH psychiatric doctor la. Lots of retrenched siao langs posting imaginary salaries during WFH and CB. Mental illnesses (and not salaries) during recession are at an all time high.
LOL those fake posters egos cannot accept it that their cushy jobs have been replaced by a ceca with a fake 50 rupees uptron degree.
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Old 21-10-2020, 05:53 PM
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His 'spouse' is his IMH psychiatric doctor la. Lots of retrenched siao langs posting imaginary salaries during WFH and CB. Mental illnesses (and not salaries) during recession are at an all time high.
FAANG are not in recession. FAANG have benefited from COVID/WFH/CB. Their stock price and quarterly earnings have exceeded expectations this year
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Old 21-10-2020, 06:07 PM
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52M, retired. Ex high flyer corporate executive.
3 bedder condo paid up. Drives a luxury car.
Focusing on health and managing personal wealth.
Debt free. Very happy. Less stress.
Should have retired earlier, like some of my more successful friends.
Retire too early may not be a good thing. Careful of dementia.
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Old 21-10-2020, 06:09 PM
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118k all in doing program mgmt in big tech, 29 Male this year (3 year exp).

Went Poly + 4yr Uni. Local grad (Info Sys), average performer - some big projects but never a deans lister. Joined consulting out of uni. Salaries are all-in, including bonuses.

Year 1: 55k
Year 2 (promotion): 89k
Year 3 (jumped to current firm): 118k

currently contemplating a move back into consulting but higher tier (mbb)
With this rate of growth, in no time your pay maybe higher than our prime minister. Huat arh.
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