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entry for superscale 11-12k

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entry for superscale 11-12k
it is not accurate to compare monthly pay.
must look at annual package.

FOR 2010 lowest superscale (SR9) got $365,000.

http://app.psd.gov.sg/data/PSD%20pre...2024112010.pdf

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is SR9 the lowest superscale? How to jump from 12k pm to 360k pa. thats like 24 months bonus?

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btw is MX9 considered superscale? How does superscale G compare to MX9?
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it is not accurate to compare monthly pay.
must look at annual package.

FOR 2010 lowest superscale (SR9) got $365,000.

http://app.psd.gov.sg/data/PSD%20pre...2024112010.pdf
This is only applicable to the elite Admin Service. The figure you quoted is the entry level superscale for Admin Service.

Of the rest of the public sector mortals, you can hardly dream of such pay.

For the general professional scheme, it is called the MX scheme.

MX9 is entry superscale but the scale ranges something like $11k to $16k per month.

Put in bonuses and you are looking at maybe $200K per year. Nowhere near the $365K for Admin Service.
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The lowest admin service superscale earns more than 1m.
Absolute nonsense. Don't spout rubbish here please.
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u would be an inspiration to other pass degree holders in civil service.
anyway u joined in 2007 and promoted to MX 12 ?
which month u join and which month u promoted? is it exactly 1 yr? isnt it jus probation finished?
i tot there is a promotion exercise, everybody promoted tgt?
I started work in a stat board in Sep 2005. Left and joined ministry in Aug 2007. Got my MX12 exactly one year later.

I'm 31 so my MX11 is nothing special lah. So many officers who are 3-4 years younger than me already earning MX11. Yup, I'm a guy... Did NS
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what is your starting salary in 2007 @ MX13 with your 'PASS' degree, are you a male with 'NS'?

I got 2nd lower NTU, also start work in mid 2007, now only getting $3.4k in private sector...well, I should work for government
Yes i did NS. My 1st pay was $2.7k (2005) in stat board. Then $3k as mx13 in 2007. U can do the math for the rest
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This is only applicable to the elite Admin Service. The figure you quoted is the entry level superscale for Admin Service.

Of the rest of the public sector mortals, you can hardly dream of such pay.

For the general professional scheme, it is called the MX scheme.

MX9 is entry superscale but the scale ranges something like $11k to $16k per month.

Put in bonuses and you are looking at maybe $200K per year. Nowhere near the $365K for Admin Service.
You are right.
It's probably ard there 200k. "principals on the Superscale H salary grade, a good performer will get $193,000, while an outstanding one will get $218,000 per year."

if an admin service officer is already fast tracked then for same superscale grade he is already much younger than a superscale non AO. Then why are they earning so much more than a superscale non AO?

CEP doesnt differentiate AO Superscale and non-AO superscale?

Its like saying a scholar colonel earns much more than a non-scholar colonel Which doesnt make sense since both are colonels.
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This is only applicable to the elite Admin Service. The figure you quoted is the entry level superscale for Admin Service.

Of the rest of the public sector mortals, you can hardly dream of such pay.

For the general professional scheme, it is called the MX scheme.

MX9 is entry superscale but the scale ranges something like $11k to $16k per month.

Put in bonuses and you are looking at maybe $200K per year. Nowhere near the $365K for Admin Service.
You are right.
It's probably ard there 200k. "principals on the Superscale H salary grade, a good performer will get $193,000, while an outstanding one will get $218,000 per year."
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if an admin service officer is already fast tracked then for same superscale grade he is already much younger than a superscale non AO. Then why are they earning so much more than a superscale non AO?

CEP doesnt differentiate AO Superscale and non-AO superscale?

Its like saying a scholar colonel earns much more than a non-scholar colonel Which doesnt make sense since both are colonels.
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