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Old 07-11-2019, 10:39 AM
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Where I am from, they don't care whether you are honours, or basic degree.

If you are a scholar, they will nurture and groom you. If you say what they want to hear, you will rise very fast.

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Old 07-11-2019, 11:12 AM
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Hi guys,

NUS FASS Arts (Hons), FCH, NS, top student in my department here. Roughly much pay can I expect? Also, which are the ministries that generally pay higher? Thanks!
Agree with the reply above. It doesn't matter that you were top student. They might give you a bit more starting pay for your FCH if the degree is relevant. Otherwise it only matters which track you are on: scholar or farmer.

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Agree with the reply above. It doesn't matter that you were top student. They might give you a bit more starting pay for your FCH if the degree is relevant. Otherwise it only matters which track you are on: scholar or farmer.
base on my personal experience.. promotion technically had nothing to do with scholar or not, it is performance based.

But being a scholars, you will be under the spotlight of management and given much more opportunities to shine.

i am a non scholar, non local u but with ns. currently 34. due to unforesee circumstance, i was given some chance to work on a national project. Am currently a mx10. Not fantastic but i think it is consider quite good for a farmer.

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base on my personal experience.. promotion technically had nothing to do with scholar or not, it is performance based.

But being a scholars, you will be under the spotlight of management and given much more opportunities to shine.

i am a non scholar, non local u but with ns. currently 34. due to unforesee circumstance, i was given some chance to work on a national project. Am currently a mx10. Not fantastic but i think it is consider quite good for a farmer.
"not fantastic."

c'mon who are u kidding? humblebrag spotted.

i know of so many people, non-scholars with local uni certs (NUS/NTU/SMU) who couldn't even hit MX11A before the age of 35 years old.
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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
No, i did not include AWS but from what i know, there is only 13th month. And no, it is not a small agency.

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FCH usually get >4.5k for MX scheme, >5k for specialist schemes.

Don't shortchange yourself if you have FCH.
Does being on contract (2-year in my case) vs perm staff affect the pay as well?
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u have nothing better to do than to boast issit?

What's the point of saying - not fantastic being a MX10 at 34, but considered quite good?

U want forumers to disagree and praise you instead issit?

Quite loserish here.

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base on my personal experience.. promotion technically had nothing to do with scholar or not, it is performance based.

But being a scholars, you will be under the spotlight of management and given much more opportunities to shine.

i am a non scholar, non local u but with ns. currently 34. due to unforesee circumstance, i was given some chance to work on a national project. Am currently a mx10. Not fantastic but i think it is consider quite good for a farmer.
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Out civil service is vastly overpaid and contributing to high overhead costs and nipping away at profitability of businesses via all sorts of taxes and fees for a small nation. Time to cut away unnecessary processes and hierarchy within the org.
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Out civil service is vastly overpaid and contributing to high overhead costs and nipping away at profitability of businesses via all sorts of taxes and fees for a small nation. Time to cut away unnecessary processes and hierarchy within the org.
I used to think that way till I joined. I also used to think that civil servants were overpaid slackers. Then I joined the service.

At least where I am, we work hard as hell (frequent OT and sometimes on Saturdays too) and the pay is very low for the complexity and volume of work we do (take home ~$3k at 30+ yrs old). Not as easy or unjustified as I had thought.
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Second this. I use to think so too. But turn out to be lots of OT and workload. Not as easy as what people say.
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u have nothing better to do than to boast issit?

What's the point of saying - not fantastic being a MX10 at 34, but considered quite good?

U want forumers to disagree and praise you instead issit?

Quite loserish here.
Mx10 per month salary how much? Got 9K?
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