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24-08-2022 08:19 PM
Unregistered 6750 per mth. working in US bank with 3 years of work experience.
24-08-2022 06:56 PM
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Interesting. I'm actually not the youngest in my team. This might also be industry specific, where some require more senior architects. If you just do a google search you can actually find openings for fresh grads
Hahaha... Just go their trade shows. You'll get an idea of who they hire.
24-08-2022 11:36 AM
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Eat sh1t bro.
Cringe
Lmao proof that anything you say can piss people off on this forum
24-08-2022 11:36 AM
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I actually know the solution architect teams of 2 of the FAANG companies in Singapore.

I don't remember any 27yr old junior architect on the teams. Many of the architects on their team are not even Singaporeans. Many of them have their own area of specialization prior to joining the team.

Guess what is the role of their architects in Singapore?

Presales and consultancy - as one of their customers, I don't think I would trust a 27 yr old to pitch their solution to me.
Interesting. I'm actually not the youngest in my team. This might also be industry specific, where some require more senior architects. If you just do a google search you can actually find openings for fresh grads
24-08-2022 11:27 AM
Unregistered I actually know the solution architect teams of 2 of the FAANG companies in Singapore.

I don't remember any 27yr old junior architect on the teams. Many of the architects on their team are not even Singaporeans. Many of them have their own area of specialization prior to joining the team.

Guess what is the role of their architects in Singapore?

Presales and consultancy - as one of their customers, I don't think I would trust a 27 yr old to pitch their solution to me.
24-08-2022 09:16 AM
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80k per month.
Earn from my ex husband as fee to take care of my 2 young child.
24-08-2022 08:48 AM
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Eat sh1t bro.
Cringe
sounds like a High Finance douche bag.
24-08-2022 01:41 AM
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27M, 100k p.a. as a junior solutions architect at FAANG.

Not crazy high numbers for a techie, but I'm happy enough lol
Eat sh1t bro.
Cringe
23-08-2022 08:35 PM
Unregistered 27M, 100k p.a. as a junior solutions architect at FAANG.

Not crazy high numbers for a techie, but I'm happy enough lol
23-08-2022 12:02 AM
Unregistered Data from MOM on salary distribution of all Singaporean Residents

s://stats.mom.gov.sg/Pages/IncomeTimeSeries.aspx

Notes:
1. Residents refer to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents.
2. Data exclude Full-Time National Servicemen.
3. Gross monthly income refers to income earned from employment. For employees, it refers to the gross monthly wages or salaries before deduction of employee CPF contributions and personal income tax. It comprises basic wages, overtime pay, commissions, tips, other allowances and one-twelfth of annual bonuses. For self-employed persons, gross monthly income refers to the average monthly profits from their business, trade or profession (i.e. total receipts less business expenses incurred) before deduction of income tax.

Total Population Included in this data is around 2m
60.8k population earn above $240k per annum (top 3%)
114.8k population earn above $180k per annum (top 5.7%)
267.9k population earn above $120k per annum (top 10.3%)
Around 360k population earn above $100k per annum (top 18%)
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