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Yesterday 09:53 PM
ConnorTan Anyone know the pay and career progression in MTI economist scheme? For scholar and non-scholar as well. Thanks!

So far from threads here I only found starting salary 4.85k for FCH and 4.4k for second. also does pay differ based on prestige of uni? (Oxbridge/ivy vs local)
Yesterday 08:31 PM
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There was that story here a few months ago. A man was shooed away from an interview with gov agency in the social sector once he declared he had tattoos
if i have tattoo (small one, on my balls) can i don't declare? they won't find out i hope?
it was a stupid dare from poly days..
Yesterday 06:08 PM
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go jail b4 can join cs? asking for a friend.
There was that story here a few months ago. A man was shooed away from an interview with gov agency in the social sector once he declared he had tattoos
Yesterday 05:32 PM
Unregistered Hello! Would like to check under a SB EX12 salary of $3800/mth reasonable? (Non local uni with 1 year work experience)

Thank you!
Yesterday 04:37 PM
Unregistered generally no. Unlikely that the hiring manager or HR will agree. No point taking the risk even if there is interest. I am unsure if there have been exceptions.
Yesterday 02:40 PM
Unregistered go jail b4 can join cs? asking for a friend.
Yesterday 07:55 AM
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130k p.a. is achievable in private sector by mid 30s. But not everyone can achieve it.
top 10%? where did you check? can share the link?

anyway, this is besides the point. the point is someone is saying being a avg perfomer, to earn 130p.a at 40+ in PS is no good as ppl in private is earning that same amt at mid 30s.

of cose it is definitely achievable, even in PS. but that is definitely not avg performer
Yesterday 07:28 AM
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Just did a check with the MOM statistics. 130k p.a. is already top 10% when comparing across all ages and both genders. Not sure where you get the 30% figure from.
130k p.a. is achievable in private sector by mid 30s. But not everyone can achieve it.
Yesterday 03:51 AM
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well, not sure how many 35 around earning 130 p.a.
mom stats for all working adults at any age.. 130p.a (excluding employer cpf contribution) is top 30%..
look like you and your friends around you are singapore elites
Just did a check with the MOM statistics. 130k p.a. is already top 10% when comparing across all ages and both genders. Not sure where you get the 30% figure from.
Yesterday 01:32 AM
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sure anot??

private sector mid 30 can reach 130k/year alr..

public sector still farming till 40+
well, not sure how many 35 around earning 130 p.a.
mom stats for all working adults at any age.. 130p.a (excluding employer cpf contribution) is top 30%..
look like you and your friends around you are singapore elites
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