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Old 08-02-2012, 12:39 AM
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And I thought u did your research properly. Based on SPF's website, for inspector of police starting pay for the lowest educational level is 3,402 (with NS) min. Good degree max out at 4,262 whereas for a Home Affairs Senior Executive, it is 3,088 min to 3,752 max (with NS). The gap is easily 300 bucks. Where got less than 100?
I think the previous who stated "the gap is ~100" after the 10% wage adjustment...

let look at the MAX 3752 + 10% = 4127.2

and then he compare 4127.2 with 4262 (as there is no info on wage adjustment on uniform service group)

the difference between 4127.2 and 4262 is 134.8

I think this is what he mean !??!

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I think the previous who stated "the gap is ~100" after the 10% wage adjustment...

let look at the MAX 3752 + 10% = 4127.2

and then he compare 4127.2 with 4262 (as there is no info on wage adjustment on uniform service group)

the difference between 4127.2 and 4262 is 134.8

I think this is what he mean !??!
Based on this small pay difference, might as well join as civilian..............

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Based on this small pay difference, might as well join as civilian..............

If u really think the net effect of the pay revision exercise is a very small gap between 2 equivalent uniformed and non-uniformed officers like what is being suggested here by some pp then by all means join the non uniformed scheme.

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If u really think the net effect of the pay revision exercise is a very small gap between 2 equivalent uniformed and non-uniformed officers like what is being suggested here by some pp then by all means join the non uniformed scheme.
People in the uniform scheme are paid less because they don't have headache each day deciding what to wear to work.. Just wear the same standard uniform to work, nobody can fault you.. ha, ha..
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Based on this small pay difference, might as well join as civilian..............
Private sector is better off frankly.
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Private sector is better off frankly.
Nope!, not for my ST engineering case as I had mention before!!!
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Nope!, not for my ST engineering case as I had mention before!!!
Care to share your experience again? This discussion is too long


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Care to share your experience again? This discussion is too long
this discussion is good. u should read all the post in the discussion, during ur free time
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Teachers how? Any news??
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i start in jul2007 @ 2.9k with NS 2nd lower

2007=2.9k
2008jul=297x (prorated increment)
2009jul=297x (freeze pay)
2010apr=317x (wage adj +200)
2010jul=326x
2010nov=339x(promotion)
2011jul=3712 (wage adj +200 & annual increment)
2012jul= expect 384X (+3.5% annual increment)
2013jul= expect 410X (+3.5% annual increment + 4% promotion)

by 2013 july I would have 6 yrs exp.....and just hitting 4.1K...is WTF.......
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