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24-10-2021 08:58 PM
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im uol grad, in investment banking, 10k per mth and 7 mths bonus last year. grad last year.

pfft, local uni so what, useless af, nus ntu waste 4 years for ****?

rmit only 2 years, and already I'm in IB, haha losers
Identity crisis? So do you belong to UOL or RMIT? Doesn't matter anyway, can't make it to IB for sure.
24-10-2021 08:29 PM
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im uol grad, in investment banking, 1k per mth and 7 mths bonus last year. grad last year.

pfft, local uni so what, useless af, nus ntu waste 4 years for ****?

rmit only 2 years, and already I'm cleaning toilets, haha losers
1k per month? damn bro that sucks, its ok man one day you'll make it.
24-10-2021 06:15 PM
Unregistered im uol grad, in investment banking, 10k per mth and 7 mths bonus last year. grad last year.

pfft, local uni so what, useless af, nus ntu waste 4 years for ****?

rmit only 2 years, and already I'm in IB, haha losers
23-10-2021 01:00 PM
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As you progress through your career, your qualifications may be less of a focus by employers.

Just a long term view on your career.. Even if you may find salary low or you dislike a job at an early stage, keep pressing on to find what you want.

The right opportunity will be there one day. Make sure you are ready for it by then.

Sharing by a sim uol grad many years ago.
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Exactly
23-10-2021 11:28 AM
Unregistered As you progress through your career, your qualifications may be less of a focus by employers.

Just a long term view on your career.. Even if you may find salary low or you dislike a job at an early stage, keep pressing on to find what you want.

The right opportunity will be there one day. Make sure you are ready for it by then.

Sharing by a sim uol grad many years ago.
23-10-2021 01:31 AM
Unregistered I'm a fellow UOL second upper graduate last year, took a gap year to start a small business. Recently started hunting for jobs and happy to say I got a $5.5k/mnth offer and have accepted it. So don't be discourage guys. Be smart in the industry you want to work in and do your research on the company so that you can be confident and be genuine during interview. Don't give those usual textbook answers... HR probably hear them millions of times. Just be genuine, they love it, skills can be learn, cultural fit is hard to come across.
22-10-2021 10:51 AM
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Grad with 1 year experience? Forget it la. Suck it up for another year then jump. Now jump how to explain? Job hopper? Hop every 6 months to 1 year? No company will take a risk. Later train you up for 6-8 months then hop again? Money down the drain.
Agree with this, most companies find it hard to hire people who can't stay in their current roles for more than 1.5 years, if not 2.
20-10-2021 12:44 PM
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Hi guys, can I ask if an SIM grad with about 1 year exp as a rotational grad trainee role in a global broker-dealer firm, will it be easy to find another job with a higher pay? I feel im paid quite low with no increment and am looking elsewhere now.
Grad with 1 year experience? Forget it la. Suck it up for another year then jump. Now jump how to explain? Job hopper? Hop every 6 months to 1 year? No company will take a risk. Later train you up for 6-8 months then hop again? Money down the drain.
19-10-2021 01:57 PM
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Hi guys, can I ask if an SIM grad with about 1 year exp as a rotational grad trainee role in a global broker-dealer firm, will it be easy to find another job with a higher pay? I feel im paid quite low with no increment and am looking elsewhere now.
This kind should be paying peanuts one. Think you go anywhere else also can get more.
19-10-2021 11:57 AM
Unregistered Hi guys, can I ask if an SIM grad with about 1 year exp as a rotational grad trainee role in a global broker-dealer firm, will it be easy to find another job with a higher pay? I feel im paid quite low with no increment and am looking elsewhere now.
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