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Old 08-08-2022, 06:28 PM
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You think govt sector 'white collar' so hard working meh?
I start work at 8.30 and I donít end until 9pm.. still need to check emails during the weekend.. If you dunno, donít always think ppl in ps very relak.. in fact I am considering to switch to be a realtor after hearing successful story about my friend.. family time + rewarding career.. itís just dumb to continue because of iron rice bowl.. in fact now all new hire are contract, so what iron rice bowlzz

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Have you tried comparing your work life vs theirs? My bro and sis works in a bank and earns more than me. They don't get home till 8 pm everyday. If your skills are useful in the pte sector and work life is not impt to you, please go for it. Financially, it can be very rewarding.
It is a myth that private sector have longer hours. I work longer hours than all my friends who are in private sector. Their work life balance is way better. And also their salary also much higher. Stopping work at 8pm is considered early at my side. It really depends on your department and your Ministry/SB.



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Private sector better work life balance is true

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You really the joker!! The ceiling for 11a is 9k plus and you say 11k per month is the average salary? And 11k is the ceiling for mx10! How can it be the average? Plus u did not address the point that u r comparing mx10/11a (degree holders) ceiling salary against the average salary for all tax payers (from psle onwards). I think itís quite obvious you are comparing Apples with watermelons without realising it
Your comment is quite harsh and probably you can cool down and look at the facts.
If you are a statistic person, you can refer to this website (s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx) and download
Full-Time Employed Residents by Gross Monthly Income From Work (Excluding Employer CPF) file.

It clearly states that the gross monthly income is inclusive of bonus.

And I saved a photo link below to show the percentile illustration for each salary range.
MX11 is cells highlighted in yellow and MX10 in green.

s://ibb.co/CmM40QX


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Your comment is quite harsh and probably you can cool down and look at the facts.
If you are a statistic person, you can refer to this website (s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx) and download
Full-Time Employed Residents by Gross Monthly Income From Work (Excluding Employer CPF) file.

It clearly states that the gross monthly income is inclusive of bonus.

And I saved a photo link below to show the percentile illustration for each salary range.
MX11 is cells highlighted in yellow and MX10 in green.

s://ibb.co/CmM40QX
s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx
s://ibb.co/CmM40QX
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s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx
s://ibb.co/CmM40QX
s://ibb.co/CmM40QX

s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx

- Residents include Singaporean and PR only
- Exclude Full Time NS

Gross monthly income refers to income earned from employment. For employees, it refers to the gross monthly wages or salaries before deduction of employee CPF contributions and personal income tax. It comprises basic wages, overtime pay, commissions, tips, other allowances and one-twelfth of annual bonuses. For self-employed persons, gross monthly income refers to the average monthly profits from their business, trade or profession (i.e. total receipts less business expenses incurred) before deduction of income tax.

10th Percentile is around $1,600
20th Percentile is around $2,300
30th Percentile is around $2,800
40th Percentile is around $3,500
50th Percentile is around $4,200
60th Percentile is around $5,000
70th Percentile is around $6,100
80th Percentile is around $8,000
90th Percentile is around $11,100

3% of the 2 million employed residents (Singaporean and PR) earns more than $240,000 per annum
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heard from civil service friends that fresh grads all contract roles now? now only mid careers have perm roles?
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heard from civil service friends that fresh grads all contract roles now? now only mid careers have perm roles?
mid career also will join as contract role unless is management role or under specialised scheme such as EDB and Govtech


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mid career also will join as contract role unless is management role or under specialised scheme such as EDB and Govtech
After the one year contract, will usually get perm role assuming dont screw up? Is this accurate?
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After the one year contract, will usually get perm role assuming dont screw up? Is this accurate?
YesÖ.can also be offered another year contractÖ.haha
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