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Today 06:05 PM
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which is better - EDB or MAS? i only know it's very hard to get MAS scholarship
EDB scholarship also very hard to get. The graduate associate programs for both organisations are also tremendously difficult to get in... almost 5/6 rounds of selection
Today 06:00 PM
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which is better - EDB or MAS? i only know it's very hard to get MAS scholarship
from my view, both are good and it really depends on your own considerations and decision
Today 05:21 PM
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To my understanding, EDB & MAS also have personal performance bonus as well as group bonus. So their total comp is really high
which is better - EDB or MAS? i only know it's very hard to get MAS scholarship
Today 04:00 PM
Unregistered That was what i thought when i was much younger. Was in the pte sector back then. Then i joined CS and have been in there for more than ten years. It is quite unlikely. Standard reason quoted is that the skillsets are different. Need to work one's way up and rise through the ranks. There are also many many high calibre people in the CS with illustrious qualifications. Unless one is headhunted by a high level person.

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Dont forget, private sector peeps, with their years of experience in private sector, can easily join CS if they are retrenched and take on leadership positions (minimum grade MX11A or MX10) and earn decently high salary.
Today 02:59 PM
helicoptermoney lol this thread is amusing. my gross was flat and what was stated in LOA, no coffee machine benefit, AVC stuff.
Today 02:24 PM
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what a joke. might as well include coffee machine and water cooler into your annual package eh?
At least he didn’t throw in flexi benefits or include other benefits in kind lol. Prob took the definition of “gross salary” from those published stats. Book knowledge/theory FTW.

Seriously, some of these fresh grads need to get real.
Today 02:04 PM
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Don’t include bonuses, but include employer CPF contribution
what a joke. might as well include coffee machine and water cooler into your annual package eh?
Today 02:02 PM
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How about going to private sector and find yourself being retrenched at 40 years ago?
Dont forget, private sector peeps, with their years of experience in private sector, can easily join CS if they are retrenched and take on leadership positions (minimum grade MX11A or MX10) and earn decently high salary.
Today 02:00 PM
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its combined to the basic.. thats why the basic is higher compare to ppl in other agencies of the same grade

there are other SB who combine a portion of bonus to basic as well. like govtech or edb
To my understanding, EDB & MAS also have personal performance bonus as well as group bonus. So their total comp is really high
Today 01:42 PM
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I'm OP in msf convo. I dont feel cheated, I have 0 experience if you exclude internships haha

you should check with the HR tho, fresh grad pay is already 3360, 200 for NS (I just clarified with my ex-colleagues in hr, at another public agency)

you seem to be getting lowballed for your 2 years of experience unless suss degree is just not worth as much
It could be the 2 years of experience is totally not relevant to the post (counted as no experience), or only semi-relevant (counted at 50%, 1 year experience).
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