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Old 04-04-2013, 09:05 AM
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6 years, joined at MX13, confirmed after 1 year at MX12. Currently MX11. But only mid 5k salary. Farmer grade origin but never got PG below B. Local grad.
Hey, almost the same as me! 2013 is my 6th year in Ministry. Got my MX12 in my 2nd year and then got my MX11 in 2011. Going to farm for at least 5 years to get to MX10... boohoo...

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Default Civil Service Merit Increment in 2013

how much u get for MI this year?

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I have a engineering degree (merit) from NTU. Aged 30. Definitely not scholar and C average performer.

2009: Graduated

2009: Joined Statboard at $2,800.

2010: Salary increased to $3,200.

2011: Salary increased to $3,500.

2012: Salary increased to $4,100. (Some salary adjustment took place during this period)

2013: Salary now $4,500

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I have a engineering degree (merit) from NTU. Aged 30. Definitely not scholar and C average performer.

2009: Graduated

2009: Joined Statboard at $2,800.

2010: Salary increased to $3,200.

2011: Salary increased to $3,500.

2012: Salary increased to $4,100. (Some salary adjustment took place during this period)

2013: Salary now $4,500
i didn't know the yearly increment is so high in stat board... most of my friends in stat board get only around 4-5% increase annually... r u sure u not a high flier?
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I have a engineering degree (merit) from NTU. Aged 30. Definitely not scholar and C average performer.

2009: Graduated

2009: Joined Statboard at $2,800.

2010: Salary increased to $3,200.

2011: Salary increased to $3,500.

2012: Salary increased to $4,100. (Some salary adjustment took place during this period)

2013: Salary now $4,500


2010- 14%
2011- 9%
2012-17%
2013-10%

My stat board gives 3.5% only.
Ur increase is equivalent to changing jobs.
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2010- 14%
2011- 9%
2012-17%
2013-10%

My stat board gives 3.5% only.
Ur increase is equivalent to changing jobs.
PRECISELY! I know there was a salary adjustment across many ministries and stat board in 2012 but they cannot increase that much so fast....
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PRECISELY! I know there was a salary adjustment across many ministries and stat board in 2012 but they cannot increase that much so fast....
2012 was a good year. If the stat board followed their parent Ministry, then they would also adopt the adjustment of 10% for MX12/11 equivalent. Plus the usual merit increment of about 5% for C performer... it's what I got last year
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2012 was a good year. If the stat board followed their parent Ministry, then they would also adopt the adjustment of 10% for MX12/11 equivalent. Plus the usual merit increment of about 5% for C performer... it's what I got last year
even so, 9-10% MI is high!
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Question Applying to civil service

Hi....can anyone advise if it was the norm to indicate your current annual salary that is inclusive of the 13th mth & bonuses when applying for a civil service job? Have never applied for one before & was a bit confounded=). Wary of pricing myself out or getting shortchanged.

And why do they want job experience in chronological instead of reverse chrono. order that more commonly used? Does it really matter?

Any advice from experienced souls used to the civil service ways is appreciated!
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I am definitely not a high flier. How can I be one in the first place??? There are so many high-caliber and academically strong civil and public servants.
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