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Old 31-10-2019, 09:08 AM
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Hi guys , need some advice , currently a ord personal with a diploma education. Would like to ask if joining ICA or Custom is a better career option. Thanks

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Hi guys , need some advice , currently a ord personal with a diploma education. Would like to ask if joining ICA or Custom is a better career option. Thanks
isnt ica or custom the same? if you are passionate about the work, then it will be a good career. otherwise, it will just be a job, be it ICA or anywhere.

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Hi guys, Diploma holders signing as MX14, worth it? With NS. In local Uni now actually but got to drop out and support the family because of financial issues. Might return to study part time in the future.

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Old 01-11-2019, 11:55 PM
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May I ask if anyone know when will AGO contact the candidate after the interview if he is shortlisted for the position? Thanks!
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Hi guys, Diploma holders signing as MX14, worth it? With NS. In local Uni now actually but got to drop out and support the family because of financial issues. Might return to study part time in the future.
I can tell u worth it.. hard to get mx14 starting pay for fresh diploma grads.. plus the perks like bonus.. work wise depends on luck, ur luck good got something easy.. if not prepare to handle some stress..
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Hi guys, Diploma holders signing as MX14, worth it? With NS. In local Uni now actually but got to drop out and support the family because of financial issues. Might return to study part time in the future.
Depends on what you want.

The CS is oversaturated headcount wise. It is already hard enough for the younger degree holders to move upwards due to lack of vacant positions at higher levels. All already filled by seniors.

So if you are going in with the mindset of a diploma holder, it is a decent choice. But if you are going in with the aim of achieving progress in the longer term (which looks like you are), then do be prepared for some possibly struggles for the first few years, even after getting your degree.

They like to say qualifications shouldn't matter for progress, but the reality I have experienced has been nothing but the complete opposite.


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I am a fresh grad, NUS FCH, female, top in cohort and i was offered close to $3.7k in a SB. Is that a fair wage?


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I am a fresh grad, NUS FCH, female, top in cohort and i was offered close to $3.7k in a SB. Is that a fair wage?
I knew someone (female) who had 2 NUS degrees, with FCH in one. She got $3.6k starting at a MOH stat board. I think it's not a "fair wage". But it is the going rate.
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FCH usually get >4.5k for MX scheme, >5k for specialist schemes.

Don't shortchange yourself if you have FCH.
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I am a fresh grad, NUS FCH, female, top in cohort and i was offered close to $3.7k in a SB. Is that a fair wage?
1. is it a small agency?
2. do you still have aws?
if ur answer is no for both, you are shortchanged.

i am a local female, 2nd class upper, joined one of the biggest SB earlier this yr drawing 3.5.. still have aws
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