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Yesterday 09:49 PM
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Anybody hear anything on MAC bonus so far?
Every year will have MAC. Iím expecting this year to be no different
Yesterday 01:12 PM
Unregistered Anybody hear anything on MAC bonus so far?
Yesterday 01:06 PM
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Im a degree holder in the private sector and my friend who is in the public sector earns way more than me with similar years of experience. I wanted to get into public sector that time but too bad im sec lower they didnít want me so zzz.. I guess the avg public earns more than the avg private ba :/
this is correct.. an average public officer will earn around 100k p.a at 35 YO. i am pretty sure this number is higher than the average private sector..

although there are alot many ppl earning more in private
04-07-2021 02:20 PM
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Don't be despondent. I used to think so too, until i got accepted into MAS after working for 2.5 years in the insurance industry. I have exactly 3.5/5 second lower from NUS. It worked out for me, although i was rejected for a graduate officer role, i became an AD in MAS a few months earlier than graduate officers would have took , a slightly faster progression.
So can you say that it was your 2.5 yrs experience that helped you secure the MAS job? I am a fresh grad entering the insurance industry too (no, not selling insurance). Hoping to gain some experience first and follow your footstep in future.
04-07-2021 01:45 PM
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SME says it all. Even a Malaysian in MNC will earn more than you.
not unless they are in a startup with stock options, or a boutique firm
25-06-2021 09:52 AM
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Iím in finance in SME
SME says it all. Even a Malaysian in MNC will earn more than you.
25-06-2021 12:05 AM
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What you doing in private?
Iím in finance in SME
24-06-2021 11:29 PM
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Im a degree holder in the private sector and my friend who is in the public sector earns way more than me with similar years of experience. I wanted to get into public sector that time but too bad im sec lower they didnít want me so zzz.. I guess the avg public earns more than the avg private ba :/
Don't be despondent. I used to think so too, until i got accepted into MAS after working for 2.5 years in the insurance industry. I have exactly 3.5/5 second lower from NUS. It worked out for me, although i was rejected for a graduate officer role, i became an AD in MAS a few months earlier than graduate officers would have took , a slightly faster progression.
24-06-2021 09:09 PM
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Im a degree holder in the private sector and my friend who is in the public sector earns way more than me with similar years of experience. I wanted to get into public sector that time but too bad im sec lower they didnít want me so zzz.. I guess the avg public earns more than the avg private ba :/
What you doing in private?
24-06-2021 09:07 PM
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It's perfectly normal for pte sector to earn more than public, no need to compare and diss each other. In fact, it'll be more worrying if it's the opposite
Im a degree holder in the private sector and my friend who is in the public sector earns way more than me with similar years of experience. I wanted to get into public sector that time but too bad im sec lower they didnít want me so zzz.. I guess the avg public earns more than the avg private ba :/
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