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Old 07-06-2020, 10:35 AM
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Will they cut the jlb salary??

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Old 07-06-2020, 11:27 AM
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Which pte uni and course? Do you have any local dip?
Its an arts school here in SG. Deg is a design major.

Same goes for my poly diploma. Local poly.

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Its an arts school here in SG. Deg is a design major.

Same goes for my poly diploma. Local poly.
You holding a local dip, so that's good. Pte dip won't weight that much over your local dip in gov sector. It would be better to build on your experience before joining gov sector.

On average, it will take about 4 to 5 years for 1k increment. Do the math.

With at least 8 years relevant experience and good track record, it will be possible.

Anyway, good luck in your exploration into gov sector.

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Old 07-06-2020, 02:05 PM
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Anyone knows what is the equivalent MX grade with LTA grading?
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Old 07-06-2020, 02:32 PM
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Yes, there are high potential people who became DD/D at 29 or 30, at MX10. Usually the gov doesn't parachute anyone in as DD/D unless you have relevant experience in the role and good leadership track records. Nowadays, HR search for these candidates themselves on LinkedIn.

Thank you for your reply. Looks like govt agencies are hiring people within the limits of their payscale. The superscale salary of DD/D are not that high either. The salary of DD/D are deem normal in the private industry and do not require tons of leadership records to achieve that because the private industry payscale have a way higher benchmark for that... Govt agencies do need to raise the benchmark to match against private industry though.

Guess i will not bend on any hope to join the govt sector, will just stick to private industry as for now.
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Anyone knows what is the equivalent MX grade with LTA grading?
there is a earlier post on this

6 = mx13, AM / Egr
7 = mx12, AM / Egr
8 = mx11, DM / S.Egr
9 = mx11a, DM / M / P Egr
10 = mx10, M / SM / S. P Egr
11 = mx10, SM / PM / DD / P Arc
12 = mx9, DD / D / C Egr
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Old 07-06-2020, 05:07 PM
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(Hello! Sorry, I posted this on another thread. Please let me know if it's ok to do that or not!)

I'm an NUS FCH graduate that recently started work in February at MCI with a gross monthly salary of $3.2K. I know that the 75th percentile has a median salary of $3.9K in my course. I accepted the job because I thought COVID affected the job market and I should just snatch whatever I get, since I'm a really risk-averse guy.

Can someone please advise on whether I should make the attempt to jump ship now? I know I may not land another role, but I'm wondering if I should try. I was going to stick it out for 1 year and then leave, but a person I know in MSF who works as an AD says there's no need to wait, I should jump ship now. I enjoy what I do and I really am grateful for this job, but I'm scared the longer I wait, the more my career will be affected.

Would really, really appreciate any advice. Should I at least attempt to interview at other ministries? I don't know whether jumping ship in just 3-4 months is a really bad look that will also haunt me wherever I go, but I also do need the pay as I'm supporting not just my family but my grandparents.

Thanks!
Uh...even with movement policy, i think you should really only jump after finishing at least 1-2 years, or at least that's what my HR (im from SB) advised when i asked about movement. Reason being, if you jump in less than 1-2 years, you hardly learned anything on this job and your new SB may also take you in as just another inexperienced fresh grad (0-1 years hardly count for formal experience).

Which means, if you jump now and get accepted a fresh grad in this current covid climate, you risk drawing an even lower market rate than your current 3.2. If i were you? Stick it out until the economy recovers.
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Question Public servant pay cut

Hi all, was announced that public servant's salaries are under review and news to be released in june. Any news of pay cut yet?

s://.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/wage-council-covid-19-salaries-basic-12589242
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Hi all, was announced that public servant's salaries are under review and news to be released in june. Any news of pay cut yet?

s://.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/wage-council-covid-19-salaries-basic-12589242
May release in the later part of June (where the mid year bonus period is usually announced), maybe 3rd week? Just that now it is not so good news.
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Hi all, was announced that public servant's salaries are under review and news to be released in june. Any news of pay cut yet?

s://.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/wage-council-covid-19-salaries-basic-12589242
Hope there won't be a pay cut. May have to start paying cash for mortgage if that happens.
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