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Today 09:26 AM
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Fresh grad in bank program starting pay already 6k.
Sorry bro you should have graduated last year instead of 11 years ago
10- 20 fresh grad only maybe got 1 draw that kind of pay. Are you the smartest guy in the room/ class last time or now? If not donít think of ppl earning 6k la.

Maybe the fresh grad wish grad 20 years ago also, before dot com or 08 financial crisis, bank bonus was crazy then
Today 06:35 AM
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Instead of mocking him/her, i think its rather commendable for a person to endure a $1.8k salary for such a long period of time. Which one of you commented earn a $1.8K salary before? I bet none of you can last a month, or even accept such a job offer.
25 years ago, fresh grad starting pay 2k.
poly 1.8k is already very good
Yesterday 10:04 PM
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Joined ST about 11 years ago with starting pay of 1.8k for poly degree holder. Got my degree from SIM part-time and worked for 10 years to reach E6, only to draw a basic of 3.9k. Left ST and because the expertise I have is considered very niche, it didn't take long before I joined a small SME which offered me 5.1k right away.
Instead of mocking him/her, i think its rather commendable for a person to endure a $1.8k salary for such a long period of time. Which one of you commented earn a $1.8K salary before? I bet none of you can last a month, or even accept such a job offer.
Yesterday 09:12 PM
Unregistered Haha what to do, thats life. There will always be somebody earning more than you. I'm just grateful that I left instead of staying in that low paying thankless job.
Yesterday 03:54 PM
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Joined ST about 11 years ago with starting pay of 1.8k for poly degree holder. Got my degree from SIM part-time and worked for 10 years to reach E6, only to draw a basic of 3.9k. Left ST and because the expertise I have is considered very niche, it didn't take long before I joined a small SME which offered me 5.1k right away.
Fresh grad batch 2015 to 2016 already earning 3.5k.
SORRY BRO. this means you pretty much always only on par with fresh grad.

I think our children will come out starting pay 10k
Yesterday 03:50 PM
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Joined ST about 11 years ago with starting pay of 1.8k for poly degree holder. Got my degree from SIM part-time and worked for 10 years to reach E6, only to draw a basic of 3.9k. Left ST and because the expertise I have is considered very niche, it didn't take long before I joined a small SME which offered me 5.1k right away.
Fresh grad in bank program starting pay already 6k.
Sorry bro you should have graduated last year instead of 11 years ago
Yesterday 01:25 PM
Unregistered Joined ST about 11 years ago with starting pay of 1.8k for poly degree holder. Got my degree from SIM part-time and worked for 10 years to reach E6, only to draw a basic of 3.9k. Left ST and because the expertise I have is considered very niche, it didn't take long before I joined a small SME which offered me 5.1k right away.
Yesterday 02:15 AM
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Lol this stubbornness from both sides not unusual at all. Those stuck below 5k after years of experience cannot comprehend how fresh grads feel that 5k starting is "okay only". Those that breeze through their interview for 6.9k starting salary cannot understand why other people cannot "just login into linkedin and accept 6k role... don't even need to interview"

Top techies would have already read this but just sharing for the rest:
://elijames.org/the-two-tiers-of-singapores-tech-companies/
5k starting from where? u know what they do to get 5k? or give u 5k starting but do work like how u Did for your studies to get FCH?
if you are earning 10k salary, then why u still got time to come here and talk? I'm sure most people talking here have more time for themselves or finding something new to do or get some job information only.
those been paid well will nv have time to talk here or else they are just a lose that being paid 10k. They with lot's of $$ but no one really want to spend time with them.
26-11-2020 11:02 PM
Unregistered Lol this stubbornness from both sides not unusual at all. Those stuck below 5k after years of experience cannot comprehend how fresh grads feel that 5k starting is "okay only". Those that breeze through their interview for 6.9k starting salary cannot understand why other people cannot "just login into linkedin and accept 6k role... don't even need to interview"

Top techies would have already read this but just sharing for the rest:
://elijames.org/the-two-tiers-of-singapores-tech-companies/
26-11-2020 05:44 PM
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Yeah right I went for an interview in a "tech" company London based.
Payment / cashier stuff industry
Considered private. Their customer retail shop etc.. Office in kallang area.
For tech leaf role 10 years exp.
They gave me technical test to write SQL...
And offer only 4.8k lol.

Sure maybe your company print money.
why do u even accept to go to interview for such company?? they are probably worse than ST. go read techinasia, see the amount of fundings being raised every other day. dont need to print money, investors are just giving money away. and guess where a good portion of these investors' money are going to? salary.

a company which raised 10m, you think they cant afford to pay 30yo 150k, or even care it's 150k?
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