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Old 05-11-2019, 08:55 PM
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That is odd. My SB starts at MX12. Guys start at $4k per month while Gals start at $3.8k.
need to check the salary range. SB have not unified their job grading. MX12 in your SB could be the same as MX13 in another one.

so far only ministry had a standardised job grade

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Old 06-11-2019, 10:44 AM
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What is the yearly increment in CS? In terms of $ amount and %?

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Hello, anyone knows what is it like working in ACRA and Tote Board? What is the pay increment like?

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Old 06-11-2019, 09:24 PM
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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!
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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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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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