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Old 22-08-2020, 10:40 PM
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Is it true that public service will at least match your last drawn?

Can I use this to negotiate higher?
usually should be similar to ur last drawn annual salary.
if u are drawing 6k * 13 mths now, expect to have a cut on ur monthly drawn

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Singapore Local Uni Singaporean Male 2nd upper. If average or above average Performer, what is the base salary at early 30s, early 40s and early 50s be like.
Assuming Covid hasn't changed anything, average MX(ministry) would be:

Fresh - around 3.8k
35yo - around 6.5k
45yo - around 8-9k
50s - you'll probably stop increasing at about 9+k, depending on your CEP/performance.

The real draw would be your bonuses though, which will be a given every year and is generally better than the private sector.

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Assuming Covid hasn't changed anything, average MX(ministry) would be:

Fresh - around 3.8k
35yo - around 6.5k
45yo - around 8-9k
50s - you'll probably stop increasing at about 9+k, depending on your CEP/performance.

The real draw would be your bonuses though, which will be a given every year and is generally better than the private sector.
is the annual package for avg performer around 16 mths?

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Old 23-08-2020, 09:47 AM
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Donít talk cock if you donít know anything. MTI AD is 3.5-3.8k starting. MAS is similar too.
But bonuses in MTI/MAS are generally higher than the social ministries/stat boards. So in a sense, officers from these economic agencies do get higher pay compared with officers from social agencies.
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is the annual package for avg performer around 16 mths?
Depends on where you go, really. Average across the civil service is 14-15 months.


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For average farmer who eventually make it to Director, usually how old will they be?
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For average farmer who eventually make it to Director, usually how old will they be?
First of all this is near impossible. If they do make it, I imagine they'll be late 40s at least.
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Assuming Covid hasn't changed anything, average MX(ministry) would be:

Fresh - around 3.8k
35yo - around 6.5k
45yo - around 8-9k
50s - you'll probably stop increasing at about 9+k, depending on your CEP/performance.

The real draw would be your bonuses though, which will be a given every year and is generally better than the private sector.
Bonuses in private sector are dependent on the industry. Lower bonus may mean higher fixed monthly gross salary.

In my company, mid 8K (inclusive of AWS) can be obtained by 30 yo. Not counting variable bonus.

Not all private sector companies are the same.
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But bonuses in MTI/MAS are generally higher than the social ministries/stat boards. So in a sense, officers from these economic agencies do get higher pay compared with officers from social agencies.
All are on the MXO scheme with the same PSD mandated bonuses. Unless youíre on a special scheme then youíll get higher bonuses.
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First of all this is near impossible. If they do make it, I imagine they'll be late 40s at least.
Possible, but it's usually those with at least 20 years experience. In fact, some directors come from industry directly, esp for tech agencies.
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