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Today 04:18 PM
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Originally Posted by ChalkGunner View Post
Yeah I think civil service or stat boards are quite solid. But based on what I understand from friends/fellows there, my annual package is quite comparable. And at the moment, I have a really good team and boss. With 2 promos in 2.5 yrs, I think my long term trajectory is looking good. Can put job change on back burner for now.
Yes it very much depends on your cluster/hospital and dept management. For my hospital, most people gets 15.5 months annual package. Promotion is very slow for my dept.
Today 02:00 PM
ChalkGunner
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Originally Posted by Nikkifuji View Post
what is starting pay like for degree holder w NS?
I started 4.5 yrs ago at $3.3K gross. Graduated with merit from NUS (only did 3 years, did not pursue honours), with NS.
Today 01:03 PM
Nikkifuji what is starting pay like for degree holder w NS?
Today 12:39 PM
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That's right.. If you want a iron rice bowl like health care industry.. I would suggest joining civil service instead, better pay increment and bonuses than healthcare for sure..
Yeah I think civil service or stat boards are quite solid. But based on what I understand from friends/fellows there, my annual package is quite comparable. And at the moment, I have a really good team and boss. With 2 promos in 2.5 yrs, I think my long term trajectory is looking good. Can put job change on back burner for now.
Today 11:30 AM
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Oh yea, for sure. $100-200 AI, ~4% just to keep up with inflation and some pocket change. This recent salary enhancement (SE) was also not very major, 3-7% only. Probably some catch-up to keep things a bit more competitive and catch up with inflation too lol. Though I got a nice bump, seeing as my promotion coincided with the SE too.


That's right.. If you want a iron rice bowl like health care industry.. I would suggest joining civil service instead, better pay increment and bonuses than healthcare for sure..
Yesterday 11:20 PM
ChalkGunner
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Salary wise, don't expect too much for AHP and admin side.. Yearly increment $100 plus.. There is salary revision on average once every 5 years but don't expect a huge increment.. At the end of the day, its still public healthcare which has to be kept affordable, money has to come from somewhere for the pay rise.
Oh yea, for sure. $100-200 AI, ~4% just to keep up with inflation and some pocket change. This recent salary enhancement (SE) was also not very major, 3-7% only. Probably some catch-up to keep things a bit more competitive and catch up with inflation too lol. Though I got a nice bump, seeing as my promotion coincided with the SE too.
Yesterday 11:01 PM
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Thanks for sharing. Good to hear of the different experiences, at least for everyone's learning. It is a very strange practice to me, but I hope things are changing/will change, especially if they want to make healthcare more attractive in general.
Salary wise, don't expect too much for AHP and admin side.. Yearly increment $100 plus.. There is salary revision on average once every 5 years but don't expect a huge increment.. At the end of the day, its still public healthcare which has to be kept affordable, money has to come from somewhere for the pay rise.
Yesterday 08:48 PM
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Nah, it's the same range as SHS and NUHS.
If I'm not mistaken.. The range is about the same across all the PHI, regardless of the cluster. Even the medical benefits, AL are also the same..
Yesterday 09:14 AM
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Yes, I think I have to be thankful to my management for that. Went back to check my recent letter. To be more precise, JG13 salary range at NHG is approx $4.1K to $7K. Slightly lower than SHS, but I'm not too concerned because higher end is usually to cater for farmers.
Nah, it's the same range as SHS and NUHS.
Yesterday 08:55 AM
ChalkGunner
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JG13 for singhealth after the July salary revision is now approx $4.2K to $7.2K.

You got promoted really fast..

I have a colleague who is on JG 11 for 7 years.. but still no promotion in sight..
Yes, I think I have to be thankful to my management for that. Went back to check my recent letter. To be more precise, JG13 salary range at NHG is approx $4.1K to $7K. Slightly lower than SHS, but I'm not too concerned because higher end is usually to cater for farmers.
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