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Yesterday 02:34 PM
Unregistered I don't what people think, but I feel that covid will lead to a restructuring of the whole economy. I think of you can work from home, then technically your job can be easily replaced by a foreign talent?
Yesterday 04:39 AM
sinkingfeeling
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Op here. Studied pharmacy, working as a pharmacist in government hospital (so considered civil service I guess Even though not directly under ministry). Pay around 5.5k after close to 7 years in service. (Not much room for salary growth - max maybe 6-7k, but job reasonably stable and recession proof)
just not sure how I compare with my peers in the private sector, so just wondering.
Assuming you're not telling a CSB, mai kpkb rah

By loser Sinkie standards, you can look down on us peasants
01-06-2020 08:03 PM
Unregistered
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You never even say what you're doing and what you studied, so it's safe to assume you're telling a cool story
Op here. Studied pharmacy, working as a pharmacist in government hospital (so considered civil service I guess Even though not directly under ministry). Pay around 5.5k after close to 7 years in service. (Not much room for salary growth - max maybe 6-7k, but job reasonably stable and recession proof)
just not sure how I compare with my peers in the private sector, so just wondering.
01-06-2020 06:23 PM
sinkingfeeling
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Got CSB a not bro i see supermarket like sheng siong hiring lot of PT now
That one try also no need to try, I cannot stand for too long because I am too fat

I am also bad at counting money
01-06-2020 06:22 PM
sinkingfeeling
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why u bpeak like my local yuni friends?
Because it's hard truths
01-06-2020 04:55 PM
Marky84
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Even part time employers hiam me

I suspect I am on the do not hire list of many recruitment agencies
Got CSB a not bro i see supermarket like sheng siong hiring lot of PT now
01-06-2020 01:52 PM
Unregistered
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I am currently 30 years old degree holder (from nus, 2nd upper), and earn around 5.5k in civil service. Is that considered average/below average as compared to my peers in private sector
Hi, maybe can share the annual package so we can advise better?
01-06-2020 01:40 PM
Unregistered
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Those who got humanities begree from LSE Clementi all screwed
why u bpeak like my local yuni friends?
01-06-2020 01:37 PM
sinkingfeeling
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try going into research / education / national archives / heritage board / museum / arts center / policy reformulation roles

i would think history majors have very good analytical and writing skills, so do look out for relevant corporate/admin roles. Take a look at [email protected] portal and sieve the jobs according to these types of roles. Good luck!
Those who got humanities begree from LSE Clementi all screwed
01-06-2020 01:36 PM
sinkingfeeling
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I am currently 30 years old degree holder (from nus, 2nd upper), and earn around 5.5k in civil service. Is that considered average/below average as compared to my peers in private sector
You never even say what you're doing and what you studied, so it's safe to assume you're telling a cool story
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