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Today 04:39 AM
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Hi everyone, does working in a MNC or bank (foreign) give better monetary returns compared to CS assuming above average (but not the top elite type) performance? Local grad here with good honours with masters.
Definitely. As a farmer in CS, your upside is quite limited even if you're above average. They still have to keep your promotion in line with how fast a farmer is supposed to progress.
Yesterday 11:58 PM
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finished an interview with JTC for Project Manager position.

does anyone know what is the pay range and annual bonus for project manager?

Was told it will be a "grade 6" , likely an entry grade


Background info

-class of 2017 (2nd upper with NS)
-good performance in private before joining
- engineering degree
Hi, mind to share what's the offer dished.
Yesterday 11:36 PM
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Donít mislead others please...the annual package for first year FSOs is about 75-80k - itís only gets much better after.
are you referring to foreign service officer from MFA?
i join this year drawing 3.9k. any chance to share the package?
Yesterday 11:29 PM
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No way... my first year was not even 70k. lol
3.5 * 18? 60+k?
Yesterday 09:58 PM
Unregistered Any civil servant here gives tuition on the side? Was wondering how risky isit
Yesterday 08:47 PM
Unregistered No way... my first year was not even 70k. lol
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Ok, I guess you have gotten more than 100 p.a for first year. Good for you.
Yesterday 08:31 PM
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I will soon hit my grade's ceiling. As the environment is very competitive, I am not confident I can get a promotion soon. Just wondering if anyone here have been stuck and how long have you been stuck?

Hearsay, if u get stuck for 5 years, you will be moved up automatically. Not sure if true.
i am not 100% sure. but if i am not wrong, most people will stuck at mx11a for some time (until 40 to 45) and retire as mx10 lower.
Yesterday 03:28 PM
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Stuck at ceiling

I will soon hit my grade's ceiling. As the environment is very competitive, I am not confident I can get a promotion soon. Just wondering if anyone here have been stuck and how long have you been stuck?

Hearsay, if u get stuck for 5 years, you will be moved up automatically. Not sure if true.
02-08-2020 07:16 PM
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Why are you even talking about schemes which are not comparable? They have their own bonuses which are above and beyond what the rest of civil service gets
this is call circular reasoning
02-08-2020 02:34 PM
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the topic started with comparing MX scheme and FSO scheme.
are you saying the current economic outlook will only affect MX but not specialised scheme like FSO?
Why are you even talking about schemes which are not comparable? They have their own bonuses which are above and beyond what the rest of civil service gets
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