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03-10-2020 03:51 PM
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Unless you have worked as a CM for a long time, that pay you claimed is grossly inflated.
What's the pay floor and pay ceiling for a CM?
02-10-2020 04:44 PM
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I am almost 32. Male. Working as a CM in a CC. Earning 6K++ .
Unless you have worked as a CM for a long time, that pay you claimed is grossly inflated.
29-09-2020 01:27 PM
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Can share the salary of CM and DCD? Wondering if this is a safe and stable path to embark on
Im the previous poster above who is a grassroots leader. DCD earn around $7k to $9k if i remember correctly.

It depends la. U prolly wont get retrenched but u wont advance from CM if there is no vacancy. I do know of some incompetent CMEs kena managed out.

That said the amount of useless wayang u are subjected to is crazy. U have to have the same positive mindset as insurance agents and salespple cos of some v demanding residents that u cant just turn away. Then u do the bidding of the ministers and the advisors. Then giving out masks packing stuff etc oso u do.

I see the CMs, CMEs, dcd n cd in my area my heart goes out to them. Work inconsistent hrs, long hrs. They are really positive n upbeat pple. Usually pretty young too.
29-09-2020 01:15 PM
Unregistered Im a grassroots leader

My CM worked 10+ yrs liaoz n get around $6 to $7k a mth around there on a private degree. He kept trying to jump to ministries cos theres no progression in PA as a CM. And hes really good at his job.

The DCD is younger than him and he also sad he din get the job la. DCDs and beyond is based on vacancy and interview. If he gets it he w be promoted. If dun get it he will not. Whereas for other ministries n statboards there might be more vacancy for good performers to progress.

Last i heard, hes still a CM. But aiya hes really good la. So its real sad he din get a promotion to DCD based on interview
29-09-2020 08:21 AM
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Why is she a CM after 5 - 10 years? Is there no career progression as CM? How many grades are there in a CM title? What is the pay range if u could ask her. Thanks!
Career progression as a CM depends not only on one's capabilities from what I understand. The other factor at play seems to be the presence of other higher-ranking colleagues serving in the same constituency. I cannot confirm this 100%, but based on my impressions and what I have heard, it seems to be a quota-based thing, where if the person above you does not leave, you cannot get promoted to let's say, SCM.

So, that would mean that even after serving X years, with excellent performance, it does not necessarily mean a promotion, it seems.

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Just to add - personally I feel that the CM role is suitable for singles who are able to devout time outside of office hours. Imagine u have to work during ungodly hours or hold event during weekends. I think someone who is married will not be able to work long term as a CM.

In addition, being a CM is kind of dead end job where you do not have real skills which u can bring to the next career.

I would strongly advise against anyone from taking this post. There are so many other roles in the ministries and statboards. Go for others instead.
My friend who has been working as a CM for many years now is married. But that being said, I am not sure what kind of arrangement she has worked out with her husband. The part about working ungodly hours be it due to events or other reasons is very real.

A lot of truths spoken in this - I highly recommend anyone who's considering the role to read this!
29-09-2020 02:54 AM
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He was 33 or 34 when he joined as CM.

He has a degree from a private uni.
I was the one who replied this.

Just to add - personally I feel that the CM role is suitable for singles who are able to devout time outside of office hours. Imagine u have to work during ungodly hours or hold event during weekends. I think someone who is married will not be able to work long term as a CM.

In addition, being a CM is kind of dead end job where you do not have real skills which u can bring to the next career.

I would strongly advise against anyone from taking this post. There are so many other roles in the ministries and statboards. Go for others instead.
29-09-2020 12:30 AM
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May I check how old was your colleague when he was a CM? Is he a local uni grad?
He was 33 or 34 when he joined as CM.

He has a degree from a private uni.
29-09-2020 12:03 AM
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I had an ex-colleague who worked as a CM and his salary was $4.1k.

He left after about one to two years.

Not sure whether the salaries I see here are inflated or not.
May I check how old was your colleague when he was a CM? Is he a local uni grad?
28-09-2020 11:52 PM
Unregistered I had an ex-colleague who worked as a CM and his salary was $4.1k.

He left after about one to two years.

Not sure whether the salaries I see here are inflated or not.
28-09-2020 09:37 PM
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Possibly!



Yes, local Uni graduate. Worked 1 job for not too long after graduation, then switch to CM since then.
Why is she a CM after 5 - 10 years? Is there no career progression as CM? How many grades are there in a CM title? What is the pay range if u could ask her. Thanks!
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