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21-07-2021 10:28 AM
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You do know that's considered high in current market right?

You are competing in a global market....
don't bullshit la, 3.2k high? ya maybe 5 years ago

stat boards will pay at least 4k++ for ntu/nus fch
20-07-2021 11:25 PM
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This is not true. even NCS is paying 4.2 for its engineering program.
LOL ncs is not an engineering company. Unless you referring to software/data engineers, that is a different field already lolol
20-07-2021 05:57 PM
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You do know that's considered high in current market right?

You are competing in a global market....

This is not true. even NCS is paying 4.2 for its engineering program.
20-07-2021 04:03 PM
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What, so low? I applied many times never even get reply even with my NUS FCH
You do know that's considered high in current market right?

You are competing in a global market....
20-07-2021 03:44 PM
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Last I heard it's around 3k to 3.2k. You can aim for 3.2k during negotiation.
What, so low? I applied many times never even get reply even with my NUS FCH
20-07-2021 02:20 PM
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Anyone knows what's the salary for fresh grad HP Product Engineer (assuming first class in mech. engg)?
Last I heard it's around 3k to 3.2k. You can aim for 3.2k during negotiation.
19-07-2021 08:56 AM
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KYS = kill yourself
Rofl. We dont need anymore jiuhu SAI.
19-07-2021 05:57 AM
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It depends on your performance. I can comment for one of the 2 companies above as I work for one of them, though will not name it. But I believe both companies pay fairly similarly. The below also assumes one starts out as a fresh graduate in the company.
High performers whom I know are getting $250k all in after 9 years and these people are mostly no longer working as process engineers. Average performers are around $160k all in. Low performers around $120k all in.
This is inaccurate. Iíve been with EM for 9 years and have tons of my Uni mates with me in this company. The average annual is only slightly above 100k and it stagnants. My friends in banking doing sales, treasury management etc (non asset management ) are drawing around the same. Em does pay above engineering pay grade and closer to banking but to say an average performer drawing 160k is too high. Itís comfortable but not that great.
19-04-2020 10:32 PM
Unregistered Anyone knows what's the salary for fresh grad HP Product Engineer (assuming first class in mech. engg)?
21-03-2020 07:36 PM
Unregistered anyone can share how much is start pay for m&e for consultancy right now ? for fresh grad.
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