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Unregistered 26-02-2012 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 21397)
How come some say Apr some say Mar??

There are quite a number of schemes.

Bean 27-02-2012 01:58 PM

Anyone know how much is the salary for LTA engineer? Annual increment/bonus?

Unregistered 28-02-2012 07:14 AM

is it difficult for a fresh ntu/nus male grad to join stat boards/civil service at age 29-30?

I intend to fly with SIA as cabin crew for 2-3 years after graduation from uni. by the time i join civil service will be about 29years old. Will it be difficult to be hired?

Anonymous 28-02-2012 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 21429)
is it difficult for a fresh ntu/nus male grad to join stat boards/civil service at age 29-30?

I intend to fly with SIA as cabin crew for 2-3 years after graduation from uni. by the time i join civil service will be about 29years old. Will it be difficult to be hired?

At age 29-30, one is hardly a spring chicken. It will be easier for a real fresh grad to get hired than you by then. If you were a HR personnel in a stat board/ministry, would you hire someone like that with Singapore flyer skillsets?

Unregistered 28-02-2012 08:19 AM

haiz. looks like singaporean guys will always get screwed over by ns.
I suppose 25-26 is already old enough for a fresh male singaporean grad.

Unregistered 28-02-2012 09:33 PM

anyone has any updates on the wage adjustment for uniformed services scheme....

Money is never enough 29-02-2012 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 21431)
haiz. looks like singaporean guys will always get screwed over by ns.
I suppose 25-26 is already old enough for a fresh male singaporean grad.

Dun blame it on the NS. Dun take NS for granted lah. Without NS, we may have been "raped" countless times by our unfriendly neighbours. For most of the guys, NS has toughen us up in many ways. There are also too many of us who still earn a very decent living despite the "NS liability". Only you can screw up your own life.

Unregistered 29-02-2012 05:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Money is never enough (Post 21522)
Dun blame it on the NS. Dun take NS for granted lah. Without NS, we may have been "raped" countless times by our unfriendly neighbours. For most of the guys, NS has toughen us up in many ways. There are also too many of us who still earn a very decent living despite the "NS liability". Only you can screw up your own life.

That's right. One can also take the initiative to make full use of his time during NS, like taking up courses or a 3rd language during the 2 years to improve himself. Don't blame NS or blame the govt for everything.

Anonymous 29-02-2012 05:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 21525)
That's right. One can also take the initiative to make full use of his time during NS, like taking up courses or a 3rd language during the 2 years to improve himself. Don't blame NS or blame the govt for everything.

Exactly. Only the weak attribute their failure to external factors because they are too embarrassed to face up to their own weakness.

Unregistered 01-03-2012 11:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Anonymous (Post 21528)
Exactly. Only the weak attribute their failure to external factors because they are too embarrassed to face up to their own weakness.

Well-said!


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