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Today 12:41 AM
Unregistered 10years at MX12 is strange

But understand youíre jobless? If so, no choice
Yesterday 06:43 PM
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I have never work in public service & due to competitive job market... I start to apply jobs in public service... Was finally offered a contract role in public sector after going through few rounds of interview & test. The whole process took about 4 months. I have a local degree with more than 10 years working experience... they offer me payscale based on MX12 grade...not sure whether to take up this contract role or not... If you will in my shoe... Will you take up the offer or continue search for a perm role in pte sector?
Does your experience and current role the same? Maybe they did not give you higher position due to that.

Also do you have any family that financially depend on you? If you are desperate for job, you should just swallow your pride and work there until you can find another job.
Yesterday 06:20 PM
Unregistered Is Covid creating more job opportunities for Singaporeans to be employed?

According to current MOH statistics, we are still importing a large majority of Covid cases (including the more infectious strains) from India, in part due to the CECA agreement with India, which at the time of writing is the SECOND HIGHEST infected country in the world. This indirectly leads to more healthcare demand and create more healthcare jobs for locals!

CECA is thus creating more job opportunities for us, by increasing our local Covid numbers and ensuring doctors and nurses WILL NOT be out of jobs!

Further, increasing CECA flights to Singapore will also help stress test our world class healthcare system, by ensuring the Second Covid Wave will not happen from an imported foreign Covid case.

Therefore, importing more CECA EP and WP foreigners to our booming local economy is a good thing for Singapore because any Covid infection they can bring helps create more jobs for Singaporeans.

Does anyone else agree? Up for constructive discussion!

Cases for 15 Jan 2021: s://imgur.com/lWcBvqD
Yesterday 06:20 PM
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Move from pte sector to public sector

I have never work in public service & due to competitive job market... I start to apply jobs in public service... Was finally offered a contract role in public sector after going through few rounds of interview & test. The whole process took about 4 months. I have a local degree with more than 10 years working experience... they offer me payscale based on MX12 grade...not sure whether to take up this contract role or not... If you will in my shoe... Will you take up the offer or continue search for a perm role in pte sector?
Yesterday 02:32 PM
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mine they didnt state salary in the job post. but how would they calculate the offer? if you have around 8-10 yrs experience with private degree even severely underpaid and gotten a paycut

any rough indication? possible to get 5k?
Your industry will play a big part too.
Yesterday 02:23 PM
Unregistered mine they didnt state salary in the job post. but how would they calculate the offer? if you have around 8-10 yrs experience with private degree even severely underpaid and gotten a paycut

any rough indication? possible to get 5k?
Yesterday 01:16 AM
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They have a formula to calculate base on work expnand scheme of service.
Thanks so much for your reply! I have around 6 years exp but severely underpaid so for expected didnít put so high...hopefully it will be a reasonable figure
Yesterday 01:12 AM
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Hi
Anyone got exp of CS lowball if now you are underpaid in the private sector and state expected salary as only a bit higher? Will you still be paid within the range or they will give you what you put since lower?
TIA!
They have a formula to calculate base on work expnand scheme of service.
Yesterday 01:09 AM
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Chances of lowballed

Hi
Anyone got exp of CS lowball if now you are underpaid in the private sector and state expected salary as only a bit higher? Will you still be paid within the range or they will give you what you put since lower?
TIA!
15-01-2021 11:49 PM
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Most of the role are contract position now.

Even if it is advertise as permanent, you will have to go through a year or two as contract before they decide to emplace you as a permanent.
Still got difference. Specifically contract position with fixed timeline is not a perm headcount
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