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Old 28-02-2013, 03:30 PM
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they post it under MX13 ... so i guess it wont be too high, right?? what is the workign culture like huh?? will it to be always OT?

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they post it under MX13 ... so i guess it wont be too high, right?? what is the workign culture like huh?? will it to be always OT?
That would be a fresh grad position. If you're very experienced, they may not take u in. Not because you can't do the job but they may deem you as "over-qualified" or perceive you as someone not willing to take the pay-scale. If you really like the job, make it known that you don't mind starting afresh. Best is to call them up and inquire more. Share your exp with us.

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That would be a fresh grad position. If you're very experienced, they may not take u in. Not because you can't do the job but they may deem you as "over-qualified" or perceive you as someone not willing to take the pay-scale. If you really like the job, make it known that you don't mind starting afresh. Best is to call them up and inquire more. Share your exp with us.
I set up a new branch at KL for 2 years before I transfer back to HQ . What they required is 2 yrs experience with degree. What I do now, is really like what they are requiring . I dont mind start as fresh is just that cant be too low le .. Call them?? means after the 1st interview or when submit the application?

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I set up a new branch at KL for 2 years before I transfer back to HQ . What they required is 2 yrs experience with degree. What I do now, is really like what they are requiring . I dont mind start as fresh is just that cant be too low le .. Call them?? means after the 1st interview or when submit the application?
Calling them before interviews might give you an advantage during actual interviews i.e. showing that you're prepared can actually score some points. Ask the right questions to get more inside knowledge. If got friends inside, better still. I've never tried this - another possible way is to use facebook to link up the insiders to find out more.
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AM is a very dead end job. My guess is that you didn't go through the local education system and probably don't know what an AM does nor have seen one in action.

The title is overrated/inflated/overly flowery imo.


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Are you NITEC/diploma only? All deg fresh grads join as Manager or Assistant Director.
No. I'm actually a fresh grad. Thought stated in the site that AD normally needs experience. I an looking at position for a particular cluster under HQ. Any one roughly know the job role that I will be facing as AM?
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AM is a very dead end job. My guess is that you didn't go through the local education system and probably don't know what an AM does nor have seen one in action.

The title is overrated/inflated/overly flowery imo.
how do u define dead end? I was actually quite interested in this position previously. Care to share more?
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I have a question. I have 2 friends working in PA; one of them graduated with a local deg while the other joined with a diploma and later gotten a private deg. Will the progression be the same for both of them since both are considered as deg holders? I know the friend with private deg started with a slightly lower salary.
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I have a question. I have 2 friends working in PA; one of them graduated with a local deg while the other joined with a diploma and later gotten a private deg. Will the progression be the same for both of them since both are considered as deg holders? I know the friend with private deg started with a slightly lower salary.
Definitely no. Degree itself is kind vague. A degree from Harvard and one from NUS, they are both degree but recognized differently.

You will realize that if there are opportunities for AM course, the local degree holder will get to go for it first.
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I have a question. I have 2 friends working in PA; one of them graduated with a local deg while the other joined with a diploma and later gotten a private deg. Will the progression be the same for both of them since both are considered as deg holders? I know the friend with private deg started with a slightly lower salary.
In general, degree determines your starting point and initial CEP. Once you're in, no one would remember which uni or what class u get.
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