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Old 14-07-2020, 11:19 AM
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For a consistent C grade performer, how many years does it take to reach a base salary of 8k a month if start at $3.8k?
if really average all the way. consider you promote once in yr 2, 6 and 14.. you likely reach 8k in around 18yrs

note that increment for avg performer is jus 2 to 4% at early part of your career and the percent reduces as you climb.

for promotion year, you can expect around 10%-12%

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if really average all the way. consider you promote once in yr 2, 6 and 14.. you likely reach 8k in around 18yrs

note that increment for avg performer is jus 2 to 4% at early part of your career and the percent reduces as you climb.

for promotion year, you can expect around 10%-12%
18 years you kidding right?

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18 years you kidding right?
If im not mistaken normal C grade should be $100+ to $200+ if your lucky. So it makes sence.

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Anybody receives offers from third party agency from Government companies?
i received an offer from them.
what are the chances to be converted to government contract?

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Saw some recent msg that 30-40 earning 4k-6k, is that exclude bonuses?
I'm 36yo and earning 6k in private sector, 2 months bonuses.
Is that wise to switch to stat board? If I want to get salary 7k above.
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Saw some recent msg that 30-40 earning 4k-6k, is that exclude bonuses?
I'm 36yo and earning 6k in private sector, 2 months bonuses.
Is that wise to switch to stat board? If I want to get salary 7k above.
BA role. With min programming skills.
not easy to get a monthly pay increment when u move from private (14mths package) to PS (16mths package). likely the hr will cut your pay little then tell you story like overall package how good.

but no harm trying though
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18 years you kidding right?
not kidding, i have listed my assumption.. you can count for yourself.
the annual increment for avg performer can be quite miserable. people stay is because of stability and bonus (around avg 4 mths spread across the year)

anyway 8k in PS easily translate into more than 130k p.a. (avg >10k per mth) say you start work at 24/25.. you will reach 130p.a at the age of 42. not too bad for a avg performer, you cant get this sum if you are a avg performer in private sector

note : i didnt factor in any pay revision due to inflation
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not kidding, i have listed my assumption.. you can count for yourself.
the annual increment for avg performer can be quite miserable. people stay is because of stability and bonus (around avg 4 mths spread across the year)

anyway 8k in PS easily translate into more than 130k p.a. (avg >10k per mth) say you start work at 24/25.. you will reach 130p.a at the age of 42. not too bad for a avg performer, you cant get this sum if you are a avg performer in private sector

note : i didnt factor in any pay revision due to inflation
sure anot??

private sector mid 30 can reach 130k/year alr..

public sector still farming till 40+
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sure anot??

private sector mid 30 can reach 130k/year alr..

public sector still farming till 40+
well, not sure how many 35 around earning 130 p.a.
mom stats for all working adults at any age.. 130p.a (excluding employer cpf contribution) is top 30%..
look like you and your friends around you are singapore elites
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well, not sure how many 35 around earning 130 p.a.
mom stats for all working adults at any age.. 130p.a (excluding employer cpf contribution) is top 30%..
look like you and your friends around you are singapore elites
Just did a check with the MOM statistics. 130k p.a. is already top 10% when comparing across all ages and both genders. Not sure where you get the 30% figure from.
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