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Old 01-12-2019, 11:22 PM
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What are the special schemes in CS? Are they better off than the MX scheme?

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30 this year, slightly past 5 years work exp.. 6.5k in a stat board
32 this year. Non-MX scheme grade 11. Just below 8k monthly. Annual about 18.5 months not counting AVC. I'm a farmer here. Not happy because scholars paid even more but do same ****. Quitting soon. Kthxbye.

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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.
a lot of time is wasted writing minutes and papers in a very anal-retentive style

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Hi, we all know the "economy has weakened". Will it affect the amount of merit increment and performance bonus next year?
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Hi, we all know the "economy has weakened". Will it affect the amount of merit increment and performance bonus next year?
Yes. Why not?

For top performers, they may pay 4 months this year. Next year, they may scale down by 0.5 months for everyone. There is nothing stopping the PSD from doing so.
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HTX in the news. The place-to-be for engineering talents. Very competitive packages for the engineers and scientists with deep skills.

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Unofficial one, yes.

MAS, EDB, HTX are in the top tier. (Ask Google if you are thinking of conveniently asking what is this and what is that)

A*STAR is definitely in the bottom tier. They run on funds and research grants, without which they restructure and ask staff to leave.
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The forumers here are quite ignorant and outdated. They kept circling around stale topics (e.g. asking about pay of the same old agencies) and didnt have the foresight to look out for exciting developments on the horizon.

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32 this year. Non-MX scheme grade 11. Just below 8k monthly. Annual about 18.5 months not counting AVC. I'm a farmer here. Not happy because scholars paid even more but do same ****. Quitting soon. Kthxbye.
oh my god! you should quit.
i am also a farmer in CS but i am earning more than you at the age of 28. And i am just average among my peers.
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Might be off-topic. After accepting the provisional offer from a stat board, does it mean that I must accept/sign the offer? Can I still consider offers from other companies?
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Will DDs on superscale grades lose out to Directors of the same grade during ranking exercise?


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