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Old 26-07-2020, 08:38 PM
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But this only applies if you're doing very well in the private sector i.e. in a MNC and above-average performer. Otherwise, it's still a better deal to go with the public sector from the very start. Average pay in public sector is still better than average pay in private sector for local uni grads.

Public sector less likely to get retrench in the current situation.

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Old 27-07-2020, 10:57 AM
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But this only applies if you're doing very well in the private sector i.e. in a MNC and above-average performer. Otherwise, it's still a better deal to go with the public sector from the very start. Average pay in public sector is still better than average pay in private sector for local uni grads.
Yup, my starting pay was 1k above my private sector friends. Been 3 years since we entered workforce and they are still playing catch up. Have nvr regretted my decision to enter the service

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Old 27-07-2020, 12:35 PM
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Yup, my starting pay was 1k above my private sector friends. Been 3 years since we entered workforce and they are still playing catch up. Have nvr regretted my decision to enter the service
Need to compare job function too and join the right company in private sector.

Each sector has its pros and cons.

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Old 27-07-2020, 02:52 PM
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Yup, my starting pay was 1k above my private sector friends. Been 3 years since we entered workforce and they are still playing catch up. Have nvr regretted my decision to enter the service
Your private sector friends work in SMEs?
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Old 27-07-2020, 07:51 PM
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But this only applies if you're doing very well in the private sector i.e. in a MNC and above-average performer. Otherwise, it's still a better deal to go with the public sector from the very start. Average pay in public sector is still better than average pay in private sector for local uni grads.
Well. An average average local grad in PS should hit about 120k p.a latest by 45 yr old.
As compare to an average person in private (say 15 months package), this person need to be earning 8k per month.

you judge for yourself if that is achievable. i only know based on MOM stats for all salaried workers, 120k p.a. is the top 20-30%
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Old 27-07-2020, 09:59 PM
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In my private sector MNC company it is possible to reach 160 to 170p.a. at early 30s. Just a normal support function and not sales.
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Old 27-07-2020, 11:26 PM
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Anyone joined MOM ah? Heard its very good life inside? But low pay? 3.3-3.5k?
Where did you hear the low pay from? It should be close to 4k now for fresh grads. But there's no good life - the Ministry is heavily involved in COVID-19 ops.
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Old 28-07-2020, 05:19 AM
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In my private sector MNC company it is possible to reach 160 to 170p.a. at early 30s. Just a normal support function and not sales.
What industry?
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Old 28-07-2020, 09:53 AM
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Guys currently i am mx12 with salary ceiling of $5900.

Assuming i cannot promote, till i retire at age of 62, my salary will be stuck at $5900 per mth?

Or will they still give a small increment of $50 etc to combat inflation?

I am still 32 this year and i tink my cep is MX12.
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Guys currently i am mx12 with salary ceiling of $5900.

Assuming i cannot promote, till i retire at age of 62, my salary will be stuck at $5900 per mth?

Or will they still give a small increment of $50 etc to combat inflation?

I am still 32 this year and i tink my cep is MX12.
The cap is the cap. I had a colleague who was stuck at his mx cap for a few years. According to him there was no small $50 increment.
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