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Old 24-04-2022, 02:47 AM
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Earning 400k plus pa, EVP with GLC here.

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Earning 400k plus pa, EVP with GLC here.
this is decent.

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clearly you since you're focusing all your time doing side-gigs etc instead of upskilling yourself and trying to job hop to better opportunities.

anyway respect bro, i hardly have any time to do anything after work. busy learning new framework every week, grinding leetcode and revising company codebase to maximize my growth.

im also not rich nor smart, grew up poor actually, parents divorced, i went ITE then uni as well so not sure what are you on about. if you think i don't know what its like to work hard, you're insane lol

gotta work smart and hard, not just do rando side gigs for quick $$, think long term.
That's where you are dead wrong and you will most likely end up middle age, bitter, poor, jobless and ranting daily in hardwarezone edmw forum.

Bottom line: Your job should NEVER be your only source of income. No matter how good you think you are or how much you improve yourself there will be a time where you will be fired/retrenched or let go and cannot find a new job especially when you are aged above 45 or have to take a massive paycut or downgrade in order to land a job and you will gwt stuck in the same cycle since you need the money.

Take the time to cultivate a side income. Grow thr side line income until it equals or exceeds your day job income and keep spending under control. That way you have options to quit your day job and not have to beg your boss not to retrench/fire your sorry @$$

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That's where you are dead wrong and you will most likely end up middle age, bitter, poor, jobless and ranting daily in hardwarezone edmw forum.

Bottom line: Your job should NEVER be your only source of income. No matter how good you think you are or how much you improve yourself there will be a time where you will be fired/retrenched or let go and cannot find a new job especially when you are aged above 45 or have to take a massive paycut or downgrade in order to land a job and you will gwt stuck in the same cycle since you need the money.

Take the time to cultivate a side income. Grow thr side line income until it equals or exceeds your day job income and keep spending under control. That way you have options to quit your day job and not have to beg your boss not to retrench/fire your sorry @$$
hmm nah doesnt apply to tech market, fortunately for me.

anyway work smart not hard.
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hmm nah doesnt apply to tech market, fortunately for me.

anyway work smart not hard.
Which tech firm do you work at.
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That's where you are dead wrong and you will most likely end up middle age, bitter, poor, jobless and ranting daily in hardwarezone edmw forum.

Bottom line: Your job should NEVER be your only source of income. No matter how good you think you are or how much you improve yourself there will be a time where you will be fired/retrenched or let go and cannot find a new job especially when you are aged above 45 or have to take a massive paycut or downgrade in order to land a job and you will gwt stuck in the same cycle since you need the money.

Take the time to cultivate a side income. Grow thr side line income until it equals or exceeds your day job income and keep spending under control. That way you have options to quit your day job and not have to beg your boss not to retrench/fire your sorry @$$
I often see people who don't really know much about the job market saying things like this.

Here's some insight into tech market since that other guy pointed it out. In tech, there are at least 20+ SG companies that will take in any mediocre dev and let them coast for 5-10 years. There are F500 companies that will promote you every 2-3 years if you put 50% effort in and many more.

You don't just get fired out of the blue lmfao that's nonsense. Also the market is hot for good devs, anyone who is 45 years old and above who are in tech, will most likely be Senior / Principal dev level.

Companies will hire these people over any fresh grads or junior devs regardless of age. Unless you're joining some fresh start-up unicorn, most of the managers at F500 companies are in their 40s and 50s with family. There's no ageism in these companies, they don't give a ****. As long as you do work, show growth, take initiative, make them look good, that's all they care.

Do side gigs if you want, good on you if you do, I respect the hustle but don't spread some ******** and make it sound like working hard at a job is futile since you might get fired out of the blue when that's near impossible in a booming sector like tech.
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Old 25-04-2022, 02:27 AM
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Base pay (27 YO Male)

Y0: 48k pa
Y1: 81k pa (Jumped)
Y2: 120k pa (Jumped)

Working in Fintech. Job market is very hot now- if you dare to ask, they dare to give.
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Base pay (27 YO Male)

Y0: 48k pa
Y1: 81k pa (Jumped)
Y2: 120k pa (Jumped)

Working in Fintech. Job market is very hot now- if you dare to ask, they dare to give.
Wow. Which firm?
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Old 25-04-2022, 08:38 AM
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I often see people who don't really know much about the job market saying things like this.

Here's some insight into tech market since that other guy pointed it out. In tech, there are at least 20+ SG companies that will take in any mediocre dev and let them coast for 5-10 years. There are F500 companies that will promote you every 2-3 years if you put 50% effort in and many more.

You don't just get fired out of the blue lmfao that's nonsense. Also the market is hot for good devs, anyone who is 45 years old and above who are in tech, will most likely be Senior / Principal dev level.

Companies will hire these people over any fresh grads or junior devs regardless of age. Unless you're joining some fresh start-up unicorn, most of the managers at F500 companies are in their 40s and 50s with family. There's no ageism in these companies, they don't give a ****. As long as you do work, show growth, take initiative, make them look good, that's all they care.

Do side gigs if you want, good on you if you do, I respect the hustle but don't spread some ******** and make it sound like working hard at a job is futile since you might get fired out of the blue when that's near impossible in a booming sector like tech.
You are obviously very young, naiive and still wet behind the ears.
What you are describing is the current TREND of employment. Tech may be hot NOW but it wasn't that way 15-20 years ago and it may not be 15-20 years from today. This employment TREND has happened before for engineers in the electronics manufacturing and semi conductor industry in Singapore in the 1990s. It was the HOT TREND then but not NOW. Similarly things will change in the tech segment. Besides, all the tech skills you have today could be obsolote in the next 5 years.
And to the point of you don't get fired out of the blue? You sure about that? Again you are delusional. 1) Nobody is indispensible. 2) Many companies these days retrench as soon as they do not make enough money to "meet analyst forecast". 3) Foreign talents who are much younger and hungrier not to mention much cheaper are all waiting to take your job, young padawan. You are nothing special. Just remember that. It will do you a world of good.
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That's where you are dead wrong and you will most likely end up middle age, bitter, poor, jobless and ranting daily in hardwarezone edmw forum.

Bottom line: Your job should NEVER be your only source of income. No matter how good you think you are or how much you improve yourself there will be a time where you will be fired/retrenched or let go and cannot find a new job especially when you are aged above 45 or have to take a massive paycut or downgrade in order to land a job and you will gwt stuck in the same cycle since you need the money.

Take the time to cultivate a side income. Grow thr side line income until it equals or exceeds your day job income and keep spending under control. That way you have options to quit your day job and not have to beg your boss not to retrench/fire your sorry @$$
In general uncertainty is the only constant regardless of how lucrative the job is. Nothing wrong with working hard and showing your worth consistently especially at early stages of working. Definitely wiser to have more than 1 source of income.


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