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Old 02-05-2019, 07:32 PM
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thanks for sharing. not sure if it is right for me to share the exact figure.

but i am grade 9 principle engineer (not leading any team) drawing around 6.5k. annual package include (pb, avc, mac and aws). according to the HR who recruit me, avg perfomer should be abt 17mth package.
How many years of working experience do you have right now?

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Old 02-05-2019, 09:44 PM
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I have UOL degree from SIM, FCH.. Applied for SB and asked for $3.5k. Career manager contacted me and if $2.8k is acceptable.?
So Civil Service roughly paying under 3k for a FCH UOL degree.

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How many years of working experience do you have right now?
prior to joining, i have 10 yrs working exp in private sector. was from private uni w NS

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Wow. Now i know why so many people are interested to join LTA. 17 is quite a fat package.

Thanks for contributing.
no problem. but like i said, this is what i was told. will only know next year.. haha
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:20 PM
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So Civil Service roughly paying under 3k for a FCH UOL degree.
well, i guess it varies across agencies. i dont believe the different between a UOL FCH and local U FCH in the same agency same role can be more than 1k.
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well, i guess it varies across agencies. i dont believe the different between a UOL FCH and local U FCH in the same agency same role can be more than 1k.
not sure too, but sad if it is true..
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not sure too, but sad if it is true..
well if thats the case, go private sector instead..
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not sure too, but sad if it is true..
There's nothing to be sad of. The government have to protect graduates from local universities. If we encourage the culture that SIM UOL is great and on par with NUS/NTU, many students have the assumption that they can just "yolo" and flung their O levels/Diploma as eventually they can pay to enter SIM.
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There's nothing to be sad of. The government have to protect graduates from local universities. If we encourage the culture that SIM UOL is great and on par with NUS/NTU, many students have the assumption that they can just "yolo" and flung their O levels/Diploma as eventually they can pay to enter SIM.
Really nothing to be sad of. At entry level, SIM UOL can never be on par with local university graduates based on qualifications. This applies when you are applying private sector graduate programs or civil service.

However as you progress along your career path, the value of your qualification will slowly diminish in general. Your relevant experience and tenure will count alot more. Likewise salary may not be the top priority after working for several years. Working with good colleagues/bosses, in good culture, constant learning and being appreciated at work do play a part in whether you are happy in a job.
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There's nothing to be sad of. The government have to protect graduates from local universities. If we encourage the culture that SIM UOL is great and on par with NUS/NTU, many students have the assumption that they can just "yolo" and flung their O levels/Diploma as eventually they can pay to enter SIM.
agree.. at fresh grad, there is no prior experience for HR to evaluate also. hence, they can only benchmark on your studies..
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