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Yesterday 11:28 PM
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Hi guys, Im a SIM UOW com sci fresh grad and looking to join ST Engineering as a Software Engineer. May I know what is the culture like there, and also how is the starting pay for fresh grads over there? Is it a good place to start a career as a SWE?
I thought alot ppl already post their comment eariler? In short, everyday in ST, I felt like go back to army camp, counting down my time to ord, evading arrow and chao keng from serious work.
Yesterday 06:24 PM
davidtanfour Hi guys, Im a SIM UOW com sci fresh grad and looking to join ST Engineering as a Software Engineer. May I know what is the culture like there, and also how is the starting pay for fresh grads over there? Is it a good place to start a career as a SWE?
23-11-2022 01:07 PM
Unregistered For current 2022 rate, how much should be offer for M2 rank with 14-15years relevant exp in ST? Is considering this offer
23-11-2022 10:55 AM
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Why do you even want to join ST in the first place?
Was in a worse SME. Early days of ST still bearable under the old top management. At least increment was OK. Once the top management changed, everything else becomes mostly unbearable.

Advice for those who are looking to gain new skills often, or want to become jack of all trades, this place is not for you. Because many of their projects stretch for years, your skillset will be largely limited to what you are doing and might become too niche for the open market.

Your bosses might not want to send you for upgrading (read: expensive certification) courses because of this reason. Since you will be stuck using your current skillset for at least 4-5 years, why the need to go for training?
21-11-2022 04:50 PM
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Yes for sure. Intense training of Canteen skills, how to order kopi siu dai bing and char siew bao at Level 5 canteen etc. Definitely gives you an edge over others and stay relevant in this "market".
Really ah? ST so incompetent one?
21-11-2022 01:56 PM
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Please be serious don't joke.
Which part do I sound like joking to you? You are the joke asking this type of question in ST Electronics thread.
19-11-2022 11:54 PM
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Yes for sure. Intense training of Canteen skills, how to order kopi siu dai bing and char siew bao at Level 5 canteen etc. Definitely gives you an edge over others and stay relevant in this "market".
Please be serious don't joke.
18-11-2022 02:42 AM
Unregistered joined ST as an engineer. Rush to wait, wait to rush. Nothing to do at times. went to office for 3months without laptop already.
18-11-2022 12:44 AM
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Thinking of joining ST after I graduate. Do you think your skillsets developed in ST is able to provide you a competitive edge to stay relevant in the market?
Yes for sure. Intense training of Canteen skills, how to order kopi siu dai bing and char siew bao at Level 5 canteen etc. Definitely gives you an edge over others and stay relevant in this "market".
17-11-2022 12:23 PM
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Because they offered M3 mah. Lol. Free money why don't take?
Thinking of joining ST after I graduate. Do you think your skillsets developed in ST is able to provide you a competitive edge to stay relevant in the market?
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