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Old 08-08-2013, 03:35 PM
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Hi, been working in a stat board for 6yrs as mx12 and getting only average grade every yr. However, this yr I was given $278 annual increment for a C grade thou (unusually higher annual increment from past yrs).

Can I know under what kinda circumstances wld an officer get this kinda higher than usual annual increment? What's the chance of promotion? Been feeling rather demoralized with no progress all these yrs thou been performing well acc to my supervisor
Annual increment of $278 is way too low.

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Old 08-08-2013, 04:58 PM
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Annual increment of $278 is way too low.
so how many % of increment is consider HIGH?

me in GLC only 3.1% increment......slightly less than $120...and I have been in the coy for 6 yr.....

wat word can u used to describe my increment???!?!?



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Employed in : A Ministry
grade : MX 12
Degree : part time degree from RMIT - BAC degree no honors
Prior to my scheme transfer to MX, i was a mso for 3 years
age : 26
earning : 3.5k

am i doing ok?

currently do not feel much job satisfaction....am thinking of going to private..dun mind the siong-ness...most importantly is to feel appreciated for effort put in...advice please?

I think u're got a better offer than mine.

Working in statboard was an MSO (less than 2 yrs and emplaced to MX scheme)
age:26
earning : 3.3k
pass degree from RMIT

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I am Singapore Institute Technology(SIT) graduate, which partnered University Of Glasgow(UOG) for mechatronics engineering degree. I graduated with quite good results, 1st Class Honours. I am looking to work in the civil sector. My question is, whether the HR of the ministries and stat boards gives fresh graduate like mine a chance?
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Any helpful person here who knows the approximate starting pay of a fresh grad scholar, 1st class?
12k/mth, asst.dir.
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12k/mth, asst.dir.
Serious not? Fresh grad with first class get 12k per mth? Any major also can?
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12k for real scholars i think he meant. dunno if the figure is rght, but assit director is where they start..PSC scholars, not normal scholars
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12k for real scholars i think he meant. dunno if the figure is rght, but assit director is where they start..PSC scholars, not normal scholars
orh. for scholar only.

what about normal fresh grad with first class honors? assuming EEE degree.
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I think as a non-scholar with good grades in the civil service, there are a few programs which you can try to get your bosses' recommendations to attend them.

1) Postgraduate sponsorship. For those who miss out on undergraduate scholarships as an A'Level leaver.

2) High Potential Program. Though not quite on par with MA or AO scheme, it sure is the stepping stone for more things to come.

3) Senior Command and Staff course (for uniformed groups). Grooming you to become a superscale officer.

If you have all 3 in your bag, congratulations to you!

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orh. for scholar only.

what about normal fresh grad with first class honors? assuming EEE degree.
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I think as a non-scholar with good grades in the civil service, there are a few programs which you can try to get your bosses' recommendations to attend them.

1) Postgraduate sponsorship. For those who miss out on undergraduate scholarships as an A'Level leaver.

2) High Potential Program. Though not quite on par with MA or AO scheme, it sure is the stepping stone for more things to come.

3) Senior Command and Staff course (for uniformed groups). Grooming you to become a superscale officer.

If you have all 3 in your bag, congratulations to you!
These are misguided info, esp for pt 1 and 3. My ex-superior was in pt 1 and 3, and I never did. Now, my staff grade has just surpassed him this year.
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