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19-01-2021 07:55 PM
Unregistered ??? 6k salary very high meh
19-01-2021 06:33 PM
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bullshit i often interview candidate and some just trying their luck to ask for high pay with no technical skills to back it up..

if im going to offer someone 6k he better be expert in more than 3 programming language.
most grad are not expert. even of you work a couple of years may not be expert too
18-01-2021 08:05 PM
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When negotiating for a higher salary, confidence is key. Despite it not being always true, people who are confident in their abilities are typically perceived to be more competent, which will clearly help when asking for a raise. Project your confidence by articulating your words carefully and being mindful of your body language. I've read it from randstad. .randstad.com.sg/career-advice/tips-and-resources/salary-negotiation-is-key-to-a-higher-lifetime-earnings/
bullshit i often interview candidate and some just trying their luck to ask for high pay with no technical skills to back it up..

if im going to offer someone 6k he better be expert in more than 3 programming language.
18-01-2021 08:03 PM
Unregistered When negotiating for a higher salary, confidence is key. Despite it not being always true, people who are confident in their abilities are typically perceived to be more competent, which will clearly help when asking for a raise. Project your confidence by articulating your words carefully and being mindful of your body language. I've read it from randstad. .randstad.com.sg/career-advice/tips-and-resources/salary-negotiation-is-key-to-a-higher-lifetime-earnings/
11-01-2021 09:47 AM
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Why so low?
Other places 5k.
Even ncs etc trying 4.2k to 4.5k with bonuses to match the 5k
These are tech roles...
11-01-2021 08:54 AM
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3.4 k la, dont know how to read the ranges provded?
Why so low?
Other places 5k.
Even ncs etc trying 4.2k to 4.5k with bonuses to match the 5k
11-01-2021 08:53 AM
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what u want? First class 5k and the usual 32 day leave?
Second lower nus comp Sci already 5k at shopee
11-01-2021 01:39 AM
Unregistered got free ntuc benefit ?
09-01-2021 05:36 PM
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class of honors not impt?
3.4 k la, dont know how to read the ranges provded?
09-01-2021 01:44 AM
Unregistered what u want? First class 5k and the usual 32 day leave?
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