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Today 11:03 AM
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PUB and LTA

PUB or LTA pays more for engineering graduate track?
Today 09:27 AM
Unregistered I always feel underpaid v. s my peers in pte sector. Am in early 40s, drawing 150+k. I am the lowest paid among all my peers who are largely in banking and mncs
Today 02:02 AM
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Has any one tried to apply for transfer between SBs through the HRP internal transfer?
What is the chance of success?
dont try it if your boss dont like u, confirm will talk badly about you and thus not be successful.

even if your boss like you if your boss dont want you to go also likely unsuccessful.

so i will say it is low chance.
Today 12:00 AM
Unregistered Has any one tried to apply for transfer between SBs through the HRP internal transfer?
What is the chance of success?
Yesterday 09:22 PM
Unregistered Anybody from MOT family heard anything about salary adjustment? ie MOT MPA SLA CAAS
Yesterday 07:16 PM
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It is still within range. Mx10 starts from 7k+
Yes you are right. But I am a DD but not at DD range.
Yesterday 03:10 PM
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As I've learned, just because you get promoted to another grade, doesn't mean your salary gets adjusted to the minimum of that grade
It is still within range. Mx10 starts from 7k+
Yesterday 02:38 PM
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How can that be? 130k divide by 16 months only 8125.
It is lower than the MX10 range
As I've learned, just because you get promoted to another grade, doesn't mean your salary gets adjusted to the minimum of that grade
Yesterday 02:24 PM
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s://stats.mom.gov.sg/SL/Pages/Gross-Monthly-Income-from-Work-Concepts-and-Definitions.aspx
This is from singstats on the salary calculations which include bonus and allowance. Please get your facts correct
You provided the link yourself, and I only showed the data methodology which was with the guide. And now u go to another website to show a separate methodology. I not sure what are u trying to do?
Yesterday 02:21 PM
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Your comparisons are really flawed. You are using the ceiling salary of mx11a and mx10 (of whom have worked 20-40 years and at their career end) to compare against the average salary of working class (from fresh grads to retirement age) and concluding that CS pays well. The accurate method is to compare the equivalent position of MX11A/MX10 against their respective counterparts holding similar responsibilities in private sectorUOTE]

Even I do not use the ceiling, both MX 10 and MX11A average also earning around or above 11kpm which is also easily in the 10th - 20th percentile while is also above the median. I do not think this percentile is anyway below the average private rate.

Just want to make the point that of course private has outliers who earn more but if we consider general average, i think CS/PS salary is at least on par with general market

You really the joker!! The ceiling for 11a is 9k plus and you say 11k per month is the average salary? And 11k is the ceiling for mx10! How can it be the average? Plus u did not address the point that u r comparing mx10/11a (degree holders) ceiling salary against the average salary for all tax payers (from psle onwards). I think itís quite obvious you are comparing Apples with watermelons without realising it
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