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Old 20-08-2014, 05:19 PM
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been with this local mnc every since i graduated in 2005 with a start pay of 2.6k. been here slightly more than 8 years, promoted twice and now drawing about 4.3k. finally decided that its time to switch and decided on public service at a stat board which gave me an offer of increment of about 15%. still considering. kinda heavy hearted and duno what to do...

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been with this local mnc every since i graduated in 2005 with a start pay of 2.6k. been here slightly more than 8 years, promoted twice and now drawing about 4.3k. finally decided that its time to switch and decided on public service at a stat board which gave me an offer of increment of about 15%. still considering. kinda heavy hearted and duno what to do...
Do you fear stepping out of your comfort zone or what?
If you have a family think of how the additional income can help.

I think CS is generally comfortable except for the politics and lack of purpose

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Old 20-08-2014, 11:12 PM
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Hi, was wondering if the duration of NS served (1 year 10 months vs 2 years due to NAPFA) would have an impact on the amount of NS allowance given in the civil service. I noticed that you are required to give your NAPFA and duration of NS liability served before attending the interview, and was wondering about it.

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Do you fear stepping out of your comfort zone or what?
If you have a family think of how the additional income can help.

I think CS is generally comfortable except for the politics and lack of purpose
exactly.. out of comfort zone..

i think i more or less made up my mind already... $ talks.
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Old 23-08-2014, 12:50 AM
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Go for it , dun thk. these mncs are fattening their own profits without a care for their employees


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been with this local mnc every since i graduated in 2005 with a start pay of 2.6k. been here slightly more than 8 years, promoted twice and now drawing about 4.3k. finally decided that its time to switch and decided on public service at a stat board which gave me an offer of increment of about 15%. still considering. kinda heavy hearted and duno what to do...
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Old 23-08-2014, 11:59 AM
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i'll be getting >120k this year in the civil service (male, early 30s)

not sure if i should make the switch to the private sector ?

i hope to one day make >200k p.a.
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Old 23-08-2014, 03:01 PM
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i'll be getting >120k this year in the civil service (male, early 30s)

not sure if i should make the switch to the private sector ?

i hope to one day make >200k p.a.
I assume you are deputy director level? That is quite fast as my friend only reached that level at 37. It would be a good idea to stay on and aim for director level then 200K will not be a problem. Less stress and shorter working hours compared to the private sector.
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I assume you are deputy director level? That is quite fast as my friend only reached that level at 37. It would be a good idea to stay on and aim for director level then 200K will not be a problem. Less stress and shorter working hours compared to the private sector.
Thats completely achievable for most degree holders, assuming your PB is at least C grade.
120k annum would translate to somebody who's making about 6.5 - 7k per month. my guess is that you're been in service for about 7 years or so already.

For most people the problem is marketing yourself to the pte sector after sitting through 7years of relative rot in the CS.
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Old 24-08-2014, 11:47 AM
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30yo male, degree holder, been working six years in a ministry, and earning $6k per month (basic). May I know how do I fare, in comparison with others with similar profile?
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Can I check what's the increment for C performer in mx11? Is it a fixed quantum type of increment or based on % of base salary?
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