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Today 01:14 AM
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It's mx10 grade, from $7000 onwards.
thanks man! i am from lta. so its the same. haha.
Yesterday 09:45 PM
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Anyone know the salary range for senior manager in URA?
It's mx10 grade, from $7000 onwards.
Yesterday 04:48 PM
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Ura

Anyone know the salary range for senior manager in URA?
21-01-2020 10:33 PM
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Hi All,

Any idea what is the salary range of a senior manager in MOE?

With degree and more than 7 years of experience.

Thanks.
Around 5 to 6k
21-01-2020 12:43 PM
Unregistered Hi All,

Any idea what is the salary range of a senior manager in MOE?

With degree and more than 7 years of experience.

Thanks.
20-01-2020 06:08 PM
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There's always hope. I am NZ grad. Bad grades, no honours, just pass degree.

2010 - 2500 (Private)
2011 - 3000 (Private)
2012 - 4500 (Private)
2013 - 5000 (Private)
2014 - 5800 (Private)
2015 - 6500 (Private)
2016 - 8500 (Private)
2017 - 10000 (Private)
2018 - 12000 (Private)
2019 - 13000 (SB)

This is basic. Not inclusive of AWS, Bonus and employer CPF.
Your increment is good. Envy...
18-01-2020 02:53 PM
Unregistered Is IRAS any good? Thought of applying to them.
17-01-2020 06:01 PM
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Wow... why did the company gave you a 50% increment? Even job-hopping usually do not net you such a great jump!

Another poster here. This is not impossible as it is the case in my company. Each promotion is 25 to 30%.

60 to 70% will be for those who got promoted 2 levels up. I know this is not common in most companies.

That said, promotions wont come in every year for sure.
17-01-2020 03:50 PM
Unregistered Wow... why did the company gave you a 50% increment? Even job-hopping usually do not net you such a great jump!

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There's always hope. I am NZ grad. Bad grades, no honours, just pass degree.

2010 - 2500 (Private)
2011 - 3000 (Private)
2012 - 4500 (Private)
2013 - 5000 (Private)
2014 - 5800 (Private)
2015 - 6500 (Private)
2016 - 8500 (Private)
2017 - 10000 (Private)
2018 - 12000 (Private)
2019 - 13000 (SB)

This is basic. Not inclusive of AWS, Bonus and employer CPF.
15-01-2020 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Lucky Duck View Post
There's always hope. I am NZ grad. Bad grades, no honours, just pass degree.

2010 - 2500 (Private)
2011 - 3000 (Private)
2012 - 4500 (Private)
2013 - 5000 (Private)
2014 - 5800 (Private)
2015 - 6500 (Private)
2016 - 8500 (Private)
2017 - 10000 (Private)
2018 - 12000 (Private)
2019 - 13000 (SB)

This is basic. Not inclusive of AWS, Bonus and employer CPF.
which statboard is that? and what grade? appmt? deputy director?
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