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Old 14-05-2015, 11:32 PM
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Does anyone know how the progression is like for the economist service? Is it easy to get promoted? What are the salary ranges?

Thank you very much!
The progression is available on their website. If you are scholar, you may eventually be promoted to lead economist or higher if you are lucky; Otherwise, senior economist is probably the max you can go.

Salary wise, no MX scheme can match it. While there isn't much room for promotion, the income ceiling should be substantially higher than the MX's ceiling for a typical non-scholar.

Have you passed the written test?

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Old 15-05-2015, 01:12 PM
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hi I work as a trader in a bank... Graduated in 2012 with a 3rd class honors. Still single, paying condo Mortgage.

Currently drawing 200k per annum all in, but it's getting too stressful and I can't enjoy my life.

Looking to join civil service so I can leave on time, what pay grade should I aim for? Willing to take 20k pay cut to 180k per annum which should be comfy for my lifestyle now.

Also which stat board should I apply?

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hi I work as a trader in a bank... Graduated in 2012 with a 3rd class honors. Still single, paying condo Mortgage.

Currently drawing 200k per annum all in, but it's getting too stressful and I can't enjoy my life.

Looking to join civil service so I can leave on time, what pay grade should I aim for? Willing to take 20k pay cut to 180k per annum which should be comfy for my lifestyle now.

Also which stat board should I apply?
Don't mean to be condescending, but with 3rd class honours you probably won't even get an interview. Not to mention about getting a cushy job that pays 180k per annum. Considering the normal 15 months package, that works out to be $12k per month. Only Dir level can get that kind of money, and it certainly isn't something anyone can just hop onto.

If you are not trolling, best to stay on your current job. For god's sake, invest those moolahs you have, and retire young.

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hi I work as a trader in a bank... Graduated in 2012 with a 3rd class honors. Still single, paying condo Mortgage.

Currently drawing 200k per annum all in, but it's getting too stressful and I can't enjoy my life.

Looking to join civil service so I can leave on time, what pay grade should I aim for? Willing to take 20k pay cut to 180k per annum which should be comfy for my lifestyle now.

Also which stat board should I apply?
Either u r trolling or u r some siao lang. Maybe you can apply for IMH, but it's not a stat board
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hi I work as a trader in a bank... Graduated in 2012 with a 3rd class honors. Still single, paying condo Mortgage.

Currently drawing 200k per annum all in, but it's getting too stressful and I can't enjoy my life.

Looking to join civil service so I can leave on time, what pay grade should I aim for? Willing to take 20k pay cut to 180k per annum which should be comfy for my lifestyle now.

Also which stat board should I apply?
No pain, no gain. And you can't join civil service/stat board with expectations of $180k renumeration package. You would be lucky enough to get $180k Indian Rupee per month.
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Old 15-05-2015, 03:42 PM
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200k package need Director level, most non-scholars won't even get there by the time they retire unless consistent very strong performers. Don't fantasize civil service going to pay you trader money while allowing you to go 9-5 slacking for the rest of your life.
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Old 15-05-2015, 05:35 PM
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wake up lah, goon doo.

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hi I work as a trader in a bank... Graduated in 2012 with a 3rd class honors. Still single, paying condo Mortgage.

Currently drawing 200k per annum all in, but it's getting too stressful and I can't enjoy my life.

Looking to join civil service so I can leave on time, what pay grade should I aim for? Willing to take 20k pay cut to 180k per annum which should be comfy for my lifestyle now.

Also which stat board should I apply?
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200k package need Director level, most non-scholars won't even get there by the time they retire unless consistent very strong performers. Don't fantasize civil service going to pay you trader money while allowing you to go 9-5 slacking for the rest of your life.
but I heard MAS employs traders too? If it's similar job scope should be relatively competitive pay... I am okay with a little pay cut to get work life balance back. I don't mind being director level in civil as long as not too much stress and **** work

Also it's considered mid level entry right... So they will look at my 3rd class and not work experience?
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okay. confirmed is troll. lets not be bothered by his post anymore.
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The progression is available on their website. If you are scholar, you may eventually be promoted to lead economist or higher if you are lucky; Otherwise, senior economist is probably the max you can go.

Salary wise, no MX scheme can match it. While there isn't much room for promotion, the income ceiling should be substantially higher than the MX's ceiling for a typical non-scholar.

Have you passed the written test?
Nope, i have yet to apply.

Is it difficult to get in? What is the profile of the individuals in the economics service?

Thank you very much for your thoughtful replies...
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