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Today 10:55 PM
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Look at the jumps over the last 3 years. You believe a company would actually pay outsized increments? In the declining hospitality sector no less.
hmm.. i just think what he post not really exaggerating, so no reason for me to doubt
Today 10:54 PM
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Yup, x 12 (including employers cpf contribution)
assuming u are on a 14 month package.. u are drawing around 8k plus every month with 2 months bonus?
Today 09:57 PM
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how old are u? what is your annual package? 10666 * 12?
Yup, x 12 (including employers cpf contribution)
Today 11:21 AM
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actually possible.. annualised per month i suppose he mean average per month after including bonus.. given the rest and years he took.. he or she suppose to be around 35 plus.. 120+k per annum id definitely realistic
Look at the jumps over the last 3 years. You believe a company would actually pay outsized increments? In the declining hospitality sector no less.
Today 11:03 AM
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actually possible.. annualised per month i suppose he mean average per month after including bonus.. given the rest and years he took.. he or she suppose to be around 35 plus.. 120+k per annum id definitely realistic
btw, assuming he is a poly grad, he should be around 37 this year.. this progression is average
Today 11:01 AM
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100% fake.
actually possible.. annualised per month i suppose he mean average per month after including bonus.. given the rest and years he took.. he or she suppose to be around 35 plus.. 120+k per annum id definitely realistic
Today 08:49 AM
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Farming through the years; how does it look annualised salary per month:

In Finance/Accounting - Retail/Hospitality sector

ORD 2006, slack for 2 years, Graduated private degree 2010, slack for another 2 years.

2012-$2250 - Joined as a junior
2013-$2475
2014-$2815 - Salary bump to be >$2,500 so company does not need to pay OT.
2015-$3038
2016-$3263 - Promotion
2017-$3600 - Pay adjustment
2018-$5063 - Joined competitor
2019-$6188
2020-$8667 - Joined competitor
2021-$10667 - Joined competitor
100% fake.
Today 08:11 AM
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mx11

anyone know what's the usual starting salary for MX11? (second class honours, local uni grad, if it matters)
Today 08:09 AM
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Farming through the years; how does it look annualised salary per month:

In Finance/Accounting - Retail/Hospitality sector

ORD 2006, slack for 2 years, Graduated private degree 2010, slack for another 2 years.

2012-$2250 - Joined as a junior
2013-$2475
2014-$2815 - Salary bump to be >$2,500 so company does not need to pay OT.
2015-$3038
2016-$3263 - Promotion
2017-$3600 - Pay adjustment
2018-$5063 - Joined competitor
2019-$6188
2020-$8667 - Joined competitor
2021-$10667 - Joined competitor
how old are u? what is your annual package? 10666 * 12?
Today 05:47 AM
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Farming through the years; how does it look annualised salary per month:

In Finance/Accounting - Retail/Hospitality sector

ORD 2006, slack for 2 years, Graduated private degree 2010, slack for another 2 years.

2012-$2250 - Joined as a junior
2013-$2475
2014-$2815 - Salary bump to be >$2,500 so company does not need to pay OT.
2015-$3038
2016-$3263 - Promotion
2017-$3600 - Pay adjustment
2018-$5063 - Joined competitor
2019-$6188
2020-$8667 - Joined competitor
2021-$10667 - Joined competitor
Public sector?
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