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Old 06-11-2012, 02:37 AM
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Hahahhaha third world country or expat?

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Old 06-11-2012, 03:51 PM
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Coming from Europe

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Old 07-11-2012, 03:27 PM
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Can anyone help me with an estimation how much can I earn as marketing communications manager (regional) situated in Singapore for an ICT company (expat). I assume that all the wages mentioned here are gross sallaries? what about benefits? thanx in advance!
First, it's a manager post not director. And regional doesn't mean much. In guessing 5k.

Benefits are usually standard -- about 2k per year of "flexible" benefits (gym, dentist, even vacation). 14-25 days of annual leave.

But if you are white, you get extra perks outside of work. Ladies here like white men. Strange place.

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Old 07-11-2012, 05:39 PM
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Thanx for your opinion. If this is possible offer I will remain in Europe and enjoy better climate conditions.
In this case it seems it is better for MNCs to have locals on this position because I don't see here business case for employees coming from developed countries - especially from distance locations like Europe is :-(
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First, it's a manager post not director. And regional doesn't mean much. In guessing 5k.

Benefits are usually standard -- about 2k per year of "flexible" benefits (gym, dentist, even vacation). 14-25 days of annual leave.

But if you are white, you get extra perks outside of work. Ladies here like white men. Strange place.
haha nice troll reply!
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trolling causes bad karma 8-X
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:19 PM
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My annual is 35k, working in Apple.
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Old 09-11-2012, 11:30 PM
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Annual - 120k (current)
2005 - 22k when i first started work
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wow~! din know singaporeans are so well paid! all baggin 200-300k per annum

no wonder when I lived overseas, I heard lots of stories of people telling me about rich singaporeans... also now i understand why foreign talent wants to come here to get a piece of the "pie"
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Let me share something with you. I always had a car since uni, actually had in just before I ORD-ed. It was a Jap car. It was special driving to school back then when less than 5% of the school's population (my time) had a car. Felt really good and I had no shortage of attention. Being in NTU and having a car means that for those living in hostel, you are their "ticket" out for supper. No shortage of friends.

The car became my source of confidence. A self reassuring tool that made me feel that I was successful. When I graduated, I didn't earn much. Still, I mantained my car and bought season parking in CBD. It cost me $450 per month. But I felt good telling my colleagues I drove to work and sometimes I drive them out for lunch. Again, the car was my ticket to feeling good.

Then it escalates. I sold my JP car and bougth a continental car last year. Cost me almost S$200k. I used all my work savings and took a 7-yr car loan. My monthly expense drains me almost $2k+ (loan + petrol + season parking). I save $500-700 a month only.

In the eyes of alot of my colleagues and friends... I'm a high flyer. I'm doing well. I don't know how long this fascade can continue. I can't afford a house. I'm single, late 20s, living with my parents.

I've only my CPF and less than $10k savings. If I get married, it would be a 4RM hdb flat for me.

Living the SG dream... still.
I see many people flaming you. Let's just live and let live.

I guess you probably had a lot of free f**k when you were in uni and hostel, so your car is probably a good "investment"!
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