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Old 10-07-2012, 09:24 PM
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i just started work at a ministry too. mx 13 but 3700 pay. 2nd upper ntu.
how many years of experience? previous job and pay?

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i just started work at a ministry too. mx 13 but 3700 pay. 2nd upper ntu.
you fresh grad with NS (2012 june/july batch)?
you under MX scheme right (not accountant/economist/legal scheme/DXO) ??


so do you know what is the pay for 2nd lower with NS for fresh grad in your ministry?

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you fresh grad with NS (2012 june/july batch)?
you under MX scheme right (not accountant/economist/legal scheme/DXO) ??


so do you know what is the pay for 2nd lower with NS for fresh grad in your ministry?
2nd lower with NS should be 3400-3500 if i am not wrong

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Old 11-07-2012, 01:39 AM
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Omg.. After Reading all reply i feel so sad now.
Was formally wrking in stat board for 5yrs w a dip. Pay was 2.7k when i left.
Graduated last yr frm rmit. (part time biz pass degree).
The job that i juz signed is related to what i did during my 5yrs stay in stat board.
So can i consider myself a fresh grad or not?
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Old 11-07-2012, 04:20 AM
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Hi, I am coming 34 this year.

Grade: MX 10
Current Pay: $7060

I am at a cross road junction and is feeling abit lost.

Over the last few years, i have managed to pick up FX spot trading and is performing consistently. Recently, i realise that my passion is in trading and investment.

My work is -> plain vanilla (not challenging at all)

Any advice?
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Omg.. After Reading all reply i feel so sad now.
Was formally wrking in stat board for 5yrs w a dip. Pay was 2.7k when i left.
Graduated last yr frm rmit. (part time biz pass degree).
The job that i juz signed is related to what i did during my 5yrs stay in stat board.
So can i consider myself a fresh grad or not?
oh if it's distance learning, the money is about fair.

In my ministry rmit degrees are placed in div 2 for a few years before they are considered to be emplaced to div 1.
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oh if it's distance learning, the money is about fair.

In my ministry rmit degrees are placed in div 2 for a few years before they are considered to be emplaced to div 1.
i am in div 1 but i dont know what it exactly means? is it better career wise? promotion wise or salary ? or what is the differences
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i am in div 1 but i dont know what it exactly means? is it better career wise? promotion wise or salary ? or what is the differences
div 1 means degree holder while 2 means diploma holder.
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Anyone went for URA or JTC written test? Can share experience pls? Thanks.
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:28 AM
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civil service + monotonous job nature (as u have mentioned) = low market value outside & u probably have nowhere to go liao.

Nevertheless, u should be able to lead an average Singaporean lifestyle...buy a HDB, buy a Japanese car and send your kids to government school. But your spouse probably have to work to supplement your income.

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Hi, I am coming 34 this year.

Grade: MX 10
Current Pay: $7060

I am at a cross road junction and is feeling abit lost.

Over the last few years, i have managed to pick up FX spot trading and is performing consistently. Recently, i realise that my passion is in trading and investment.

My work is -> plain vanilla (not challenging at all)

Any advice?
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