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19-05-2022 03:29 PM
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I'm kinda a noob in this thing, and my family have been blue collar workers all so there is no one to turn to for advise. I have a diploma in computer engineering from Singapore Polytechnic with 3.3 GPA and a certificate in Business.

So was wondering if I should try to pursue a career with Big 4/Accenture/NCS after National Service?

Family money is tight so would prefer to start a career and then part-time degree once I get used to the workflow.

The Big 4/Accenture/NCS is sort of new to me. Always under the assumption that to continue with my diploma would be going through degree then jumping into a in-house company so the concept of consultancy was new to me. Have read quite a lot of post last few days and know that I basically have to give up on work-life balance if I join consultancy which I understand.

Would appreciate some insight on whether it is possible to even join a consultancy firm as a tech consultant with my diploma? As most of the job description I have browse through require a Bachelors.

Sorry if this is a dumb question, any additional advice would be helpful.

Thanks in advance!
No idea about Big4, but ACN and NCS do hire dip holders for software engineering roles, just that you will be starting at the lowest level.

Pay wise I reckon ACN is higher than NCS. But TC wise (factoring in bonus) I think NCS should be better.

I don't have much to advise you on but just FYI, you should be expecting 60-70 hours/week at least in ACN.
19-05-2022 02:16 AM
Unregistered Did anyone here receive a verbal offer from ION Group and a follow up offer through email?

Was wondering about the compensation package. Heard bad things about people getting ghosted on glassdoor.
18-05-2022 02:47 AM
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Possible to get into big 4 or any other company with just diploma?

I'm kinda a noob in this thing, and my family have been blue collar workers all so there is no one to turn to for advise. I have a diploma in computer engineering from Singapore Polytechnic with 3.3 GPA and a certificate in Business.

So was wondering if I should try to pursue a career with Big 4/Accenture/NCS after National Service?

Family money is tight so would prefer to start a career and then part-time degree once I get used to the workflow.

The Big 4/Accenture/NCS is sort of new to me. Always under the assumption that to continue with my diploma would be going through degree then jumping into a in-house company so the concept of consultancy was new to me. Have read quite a lot of post last few days and know that I basically have to give up on work-life balance if I join consultancy which I understand.

Would appreciate some insight on whether it is possible to even join a consultancy firm as a tech consultant with my diploma? As most of the job description I have browse through require a Bachelors.

Sorry if this is a dumb question, any additional advice would be helpful.

Thanks in advance!
17-05-2022 08:35 AM
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16 months, not from BB
Evercore? I have never heard 16 months bonus range in SG...
16-05-2022 10:55 PM
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Anyone has data on IB bonus range in Singapore? Mine was 8 months to start the ball rolling
16 months, not from BB
16-05-2022 08:05 PM
Unregistered Anyone has data on IB bonus range in Singapore? Mine was 8 months to start the ball rolling
11-05-2022 03:07 AM
Unregistered lol yeah many suckers here changing salaries down to feel better about themselves
06-05-2022 10:42 AM
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Micron does pay 5k. They just revised the pay last week or sth. I can confirm as I have friends from engineering that were offered 3.8k/4.2k initially but HR informed them last week that they will be getting 5k.

The OT pay is still capped at 6.2k though so I think 3.8k or 5k isn't really much of a big deal for most people (since ppl in Micron are expected to OT)

5k for fresh. OT cap is 7.5k now. current employees will be readjusted.

that loser who keeps changing micron to 3.8k prob quit early or reject the offer and raging mad
01-05-2022 08:20 PM
Unregistered - FIN SERVICES -
BAML(IB/S&T) = 13.5k
BAML(TB) = 6.4k
BAML(Tech) = 5.4k
Citibank(IB/S&T) = 11k
Citibank(PB) = 9.2k
Citibank(TB) = 7.0k
Citibank(MAP) = 5.2k
Citibank(Tech) = 6.2k
Credit Suisse(IB) = 10k
Credit Suisse(PB) = 6.0k
Credit Suisse(Tech) = 7.5k
Credit Suisse(Risk) = 4.5k - 5k
Credit Suisse(Compliance) = 4.6k
Barclays (IB) = 12k
Barclays (S&T) = 12k
Deutsche Bank(IB/S&T) = 9.5k
Deutsche Bank(PB) = 7k
Deutsche Bank(CB) = 4.5K
Deutsche Bank(BO) = 4.6k
GIC(FO) = 7.8k
GIC(Tech) = 7k
HSBC(IB) = 12.5k
HSBC(CB) = 5.0k
HSBC(GLCM) = 4.5k
HSBC(PB) = 6.5k
HSBC(S&T) = 9.5k
JP(IB) = 11k - 12k
JP (S&T) = 11.6k
JP (WM/PB) = 10.8k
JP(TB) = 6.8k
JP(Tech) = 6.5k
Nomura(IB/S&T) = 10.8k
SCB(CCIB/FM) = 5.8k
SCB(CPBB/Others) = 5.2k
UBS(IB) = 10k
UBS(WM) = 8k
UBS(Tech) = 5.0k
UBS(Finance) = 5.0k
UBS(Ops) = 4.6k
SocGen(Research) = 5.2k
S&P(Research) = 4.7k
BNP Paribas(IB/S&T) = 7.5k
GS(S&T) = 12k
GS(PB) = 9.5k
GS(BO) = 5.0k
GS(Tech) = 6.8k
Blackstone(WM) = 7k
Blackstone (PE) = 9K
DBS(GA) = 4.3k
DBS(SEED) = 5.5k
OCBC(GTP) = 3.6k - 4.6k
UOB(MAP) = 4.5k
UOB(TDP) = 4.5k
SGX = 4.0k
Bloomberg = 6k
Natwest (grad programme) = 4.5k

- TECH -
Google = 3.2k - 4.5k (Non-tech) / 7k - 8k (Tech)
Facebook = 4.0k - 4.5k (Non-tech) / 7k - 8k (Tech) / 10k (SWE)
AWS = 5.0k - 5.5k (Tech)
Grab = 4.0k (Non-tech) / 6.4k - 8.3k (Tech)
ByteDance = 7.2k (Tech)
Accenture (TAP) = 4.5k
Lazada = 3.4k - 3.6k (Non-tech) / 4.7k - 5.0k (Tech)
Shopee = 3.8k (Non-tech) / 5.8k - 7.5k (Tech)
SEA(MAP) = 4.8k
SEA (Finance MAP) =6.5k
Apple = 3.5k - 4.0k
Indeed.com = 8k (Tech)

- LAW -
A&G = 6.5k
Lee & Lee = 4.5k
TSMP = 6k
WongPartnership = 6.8k

- FMCG -
P&G(Associate Manager) = 4.6k - 4.8k
P&G(Finance/Ops Manager) = 6.2k
Unilever(UFLP) = 5k
Loreal(Management Trainee) = 3.5k - 3.9k
Uniqlo(Management Trainee) = 2.7k - 3.0k
Heineken (Graduate Programme) = 4.5k
Nestle = 3.2k

- TELCO/TRANSPORT -
Singtel(MAP) = 5k (Non-tech) / 5.5k (Tech)
SIA = 3.0k - 3.3k (Non-tech)
Changi Airport(GA) = 3.5k - 3.9k
SMRT = 3.0k - 3.1k
DHL(MAP) = 3.0k - 3.5k

- CONSULTING -
Bain = 7.5k
BCG = 5.8k
McKinsey = 5.8k
Kearney = 7k
Oliver Wyman = 7.5k
LEK = 6.8k
Accenture(Strategy) = 5.6k
Accenture (TAP) = 4.5k
EY Parthenon = 5k
Cognizant = 4.5k
DXC = 3.5-4.2k
TATA = 3.3k
NCS(Nucleus) = 4.8-5.2k

- PUBLIC SECTOR -
AGC = 4.5k - 4.8k
MAS = 4.8k
MFA(FSO) = 5.4k
MCI = 3.5k - 3.8k
MTI(ES) = 4.3k
MTI(Generic AD) = 3.5k - 3.8k
MOF(MX) = 2.7k - 4.4k
MOH = 3.4k - 3.8k
EDB = 4.2k
Enterprise Singapore(MAP) = 3.8k
SingHealth = 3.2k - 3.8k
MOE(HQ) = 3.6k
MSE = 3.5k
CPF = 3.0k
MSF = 3.35k
DSTA = 4.2k - 5.3k
DSO = 4.1k - 5.5k
CSIT = 4.3k - 5.5k
IMDA(AIM) = 5.2k
GovTech(OGP) = 7k
GovTech(TAP) = 6.5k - 7.5k
GovTech(FGP) = 5.3k - 5.7k
CSA(CSDP) = 5k
HTX(S&T Associate) = 5k

- REAL ESTATE -
Capitaland(GDP) = 4.5k
JLL = 3.6k - 4.5k
Keppel = 5k

- ENGINEERING -
Micron = 3.8k
27-04-2022 10:32 AM
Unregistered anyone knows ING analyst fresh grad pay? thanks
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