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Today 10:35 AM
Unregistered Just got offered 3.9k from a ministry. NUS, FASS, FCH with NS. Is the offer ok?
Today 01:24 AM
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Actually I have no idea why you think the numbers are unrealistic. I think the poster said it included employer cpf and is divided by 12 months. If so, and assuming around 2months bonus plus AWS, then the actual gross monthly salary only works out to be around $7K. For someone with 10 years experience, this number is certainly realistic.
Who even counts employer cpf as part of their package?
Yesterday 11:56 PM
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Yup, x 12 (including employers cpf contribution)
Yeah just confirmed poster said including employers' cpf then would actually need to deduct 17%. And only 12 months.
Yesterday 11:54 PM
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Must be dreaming.... You need to shop around a lot more if you think those numbers are realistic.
Actually I have no idea why you think the numbers are unrealistic. I think the poster said it included employer cpf and is divided by 12 months. If so, and assuming around 2months bonus plus AWS, then the actual gross monthly salary only works out to be around $7K. For someone with 10 years experience, this number is certainly realistic.
Yesterday 06:49 PM
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But I thought private degree is not recognized?
study already then go elsewhere loh, why mist stick around 🤷*♂️
Yesterday 06:44 PM
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normal. maybe consider go study
But I thought private degree is not recognized?
Yesterday 06:38 PM
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How my progress for a non degree holder:

2013 - 2.1k
2014 - 2.3k
2015 - 2.7k
2016 - 2.8k
2017 - 3k
2018 - 3.2k
2019 - 3.4k
2020 - 3.6k
2021 - 3.7k

I'm male, with two years NS.
normal. maybe consider go study
Yesterday 06:33 PM
Unregistered How my progress for a non degree holder:

2013 - 2.1k
2014 - 2.3k
2015 - 2.7k
2016 - 2.8k
2017 - 3k
2018 - 3.2k
2019 - 3.4k
2020 - 3.6k
2021 - 3.7k

I'm male, with two years NS.
Yesterday 03:26 PM
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What does this have to do with civil service ?
maybe he joined a civil service competitor?
Yesterday 03:00 PM
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btw, assuming he is a poly grad, he should be around 37 this year.. this progression is average
So many boomers recently
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