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28-07-2020 02:47 AM
Unregistered You can try ops. Biz ops, ops specialist..etc. Thereís entry level at 3.5k easily with some working exp, background is usually not even specific, and salary can definitely go up further. Prob need some soft skills if it involves interaction with upper level thatís all which most ppl should be able to.
27-07-2020 08:41 AM
zero_88 If I want to work in Ministry of Social and Family Development

https://www.msf.gov.sg/Pages/default.aspx

Is it a good place to work?

What are some way I can applied? Career gov right?

will I suffer major paycut from my technical role?
20-07-2020 07:28 PM
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i dunno are you joking or not. i think all this field is either way below your current pay..... i think now it filled by foreign talent.

this hor sound like ITE fresh grad can also do, i dun think you will get 3.5k -4k.
20-07-2020 08:24 AM
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so what is the range of your expected salary for doing those type of job?
maybe 3.5 to 4k?

I just dun want to work in pressure cooker environment
20-07-2020 12:29 AM
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I just want to follow instruction and do my work diligent and leave me alone after 6pm

I just want to do my work peacefully
so what is the range of your expected salary for doing those type of job?
19-07-2020 04:19 PM
zero_88
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As someone who worked in a pressure cooker environment that deals with a lot of $$$, I recommend you to get a mentor who can teach you some soft skills so you can properly navigate unreasonable demands and manage their expectations, otherwise as you progress in your career you will face the same problem again. And also learn more about stress management.

Please develop them. Your technical knowledge + soft skills + stress management will secure your job for at least the next 5 to 7 years until the next economic disruption. And please don't be tempted to think so much about investments you don't understand at all, the world is changing, the way we understand investments or financial shortcuts or retirement will also be evolving. You're welcome.
I just want to follow instruction and do my work diligent and leave me alone after 6pm

I just want to do my work peacefully
19-07-2020 11:31 AM
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Software tester also gt programming one (trust me I know), can I switch to a total different field like social care or do some administrative work? like work in a elderly home or something
i dunno are you joking or not. i think all this field is either way below your current pay..... i think now it filled by foreign talent.
19-07-2020 03:20 AM
Unregistered Laddies can consider going geylang to Stand. The world oldest profession will never be digitally disrupted unless men can to piak piak with computers remotely.
19-07-2020 02:21 AM
Unregistered As someone who worked in a pressure cooker environment that deals with a lot of $$$, I recommend you to get a mentor who can teach you some soft skills so you can properly navigate unreasonable demands and manage their expectations, otherwise as you progress in your career you will face the same problem again. And also learn more about stress management.

Please develop them. Your technical knowledge + soft skills + stress management will secure your job for at least the next 5 to 7 years until the next economic disruption. And please don't be tempted to think so much about investments you don't understand at all, the world is changing, the way we understand investments or financial shortcuts or retirement will also be evolving. You're welcome.
18-07-2020 10:36 PM
Michealng Well bro, I don't think there is any job you don't have to learn new thing, because if you stop learning you will be kicked out of the boat. So I think you should continue doing your job.

Believe me, there are a lot of people now wish they should have learnt IT to be able to get a job. App developer is hot subject in job market now tho.

I suggest you should learn to invest something, so when you have passive income, you can leave your job and retire early.
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