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24-05-2022 06:50 PM
rachaeltan
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I don't think this is realistic, I am a fresh grad, and I got an offer for 90k base salary already.
i don't know if you're the same loser crying on here every single day with the silly chicken rice nonsense but as I mentioned in my post, it is realistic for average tech people.

if you make more, good for you.
24-05-2022 06:10 PM
Unregistered
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He's not the problem, it's those people whom are failure in life constantly crying about how they don't believe a fresh grad is earning more than them.
Why do you keep defending yourself in third person lol damn fking weird sia you
24-05-2022 05:12 PM
Unregistered Please don't judge me. I am just an average joe trying to make some money.

2017 - 2200$
2018 - 2300$ (increased due to inflation adjustment (F**K SMEs))
2019 - 2700$ (F**K SMEs)
2020 - 3500$ (Job change due to COVID boom)
2021 - 5000$ (Job change; Graduated with my part-time degree from UOW)
2022 - 7000$ (Job change; Got like 4 offers and able to nego and joined who offered the highest)

Looking bad, I have never worked as hard as in my first job. The effort I took in my first two years was a lot. I OT-ed most of the days and learn technical stacks and frameworks on my own free time. Also had no mentors or senior developers to guide me. Life was hard and unfair.

Currently, my job pays at least 3x I earned during my first job. And the effort involved is wayyyyyy less. Now I just sit home (indefinite WFH) fix production bugs (take 1 hr max to fix) and deploy. Easy job and less stressful environment.

Listen kids, Work smart not hard. Try to make use of the opportunities to get certified and always take an effort to make connections in ur workplace.

The bigger ur network is the bigger your oppurtunity for career progression.
24-05-2022 04:21 PM
Unregistered
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lol seek therapy my guy and stop spamming ur BS on here plz, thanks.
He's not the problem, it's those people whom are failure in life constantly crying about how they don't believe a fresh grad is earning more than them.
24-05-2022 07:26 AM
Unregistered
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Says the real dog face that cries whenever someone says a salary that is too good for his standards in an anon forum.

"OmG! YoU eArN mOrE tHaN mE aS a FResH GrAd~! I Don'T bEliEvE!", useless ****ing failure, cry harder over your miserable life.
lol seek therapy my guy and stop spamming ur BS on here plz, thanks.
23-05-2022 11:53 PM
ChalkGunner
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Does this include bonuses? Or just monthly base pay?
This is just monthly base. If I compute the monthly with bonuses included, it would be:

Y: base monthly vs monthly with bonuses included
Y1: 3300 vs 3300
Y2: 3450 vs 4875
Y3: 3717 vs 5235
Y4: 4571 vs 6395
Y5: 6500 vs 7652

So I guess the pay jumps would not be quite as high between year 4 and 5 (40% increment on base, versus 20% increment on annual). But my previous sector had annual packages with low base, but high bonus. New sector has high base, and lower bonuses. Hence the huge differential in base salary. Hopefully I can perform well!
23-05-2022 11:46 PM
ChalkGunner
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Congratulations! Is it a similar jobscope/environment as your previous field? Working hours also similar?
It would be a more focused job scope, compared to my previous role. Would be applying my technical skills and knowledge in a different sector. Working hours are similar, on paper. Will only know when I get there!
23-05-2022 10:27 PM
Unregistered
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maybe he not from SG? but then again if not from SG come here post for what also i dunno
He sound like a fresh grad, maybe he just waiting for his work to commence?
23-05-2022 09:53 PM
Unregistered
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Just ask yourself that you retard. You browse this trash forum at 2:15 AM lol

100% you have no job.
maybe he not from SG? but then again if not from SG come here post for what also i dunno
23-05-2022 07:43 PM
Unregistered
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Says the real dog face that cries whenever someone says a salary that is too good for his standards in an anon forum.

"OmG! YoU eArN mOrE tHaN mE aS a FResH GrAd~! I Don'T bEliEvE!", useless ****ing failure, cry harder over your miserable life.
Ahahaha go eat more chicken rice bro, bye~
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