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05-02-2018 02:01 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
$3.5k with insane amount of overtime. Manufacturing industry.
Hi, Dont mind sharing what which manufacturing industry you are in?
01-02-2018 07:13 PM
i_stinks My first job after NS is 1.5k, after probation get 1.8k, some months later 1.9k and eventually reach 2k near the end of my 1st year.

Then I got a local uni offer and starting to plan when to resign. But my manager suddenly tell us of his resignation so I decide to hide my "good news" to not shock him too much since he told me in private before of his plans for me to take over him 1 day.

Then 1-2 months later I reach my full 1st year and got a raise to 2150 and my manager (an NUS CS Honours grad) tells me about how the company will sponsor me to study part time SIM degree. It is there I broke the news I got into local uni and he goes sian but all the best since local uni is a good experience.

So the company go panic mode since that means only 2 IT staffs left (It's a 200-300 people SME) & within the same month raised 1 of my co-worker (diploma) pay from like 1.6k to 2.6k and our lead programmer (aussie degree) by a lot too (he didn't reveal)

Looking back at my university life, I seriously should take up the SIM part time degree sponsor offer. Local uni degree is overrated.
30-01-2018 12:39 PM
Unregistered All "high paying" fresh grad dip wanna "share" how good remuneration they getting while those got offered 1.8k - 2k "paiseh" to speak up. Not all industries or departments are paying so well. As you can see the majority are not getting more than 2.5k. So when selecting jobs just try to be smart. Either you look hard or jump into the majority pool. Cheers.
27-01-2018 09:03 PM
Unregistered $3.5k with insane amount of overtime. Manufacturing industry.
06-12-2017 11:00 PM
Unregistered should be expecting 2k above related to your course of studies.
After a few years depending, 20-30% increment?
07-10-2017 08:01 AM
Unregistered Optometrist: 2.9K pm
02-10-2017 12:25 PM
Unregistered 2.4k wireless technical specialist. ict industry.
01-10-2017 01:05 PM
Unregistered Mine is 2720 considered high tech / IT industry, but the HR told me they take into account my 'good' performance during previous internship when offering the package so normal new dip grads might not be this level.
30-09-2017 09:46 PM
Unregistered Mid tier audit firm - accounts executive - 2.5k - long hours.
30-09-2017 09:34 PM
Unregistered oil and gas, management associate , 3.4K
Diploma with merit
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