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Today 08:59 PM
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For local grads in MX scheme who are not taking on leadership positions, they still retire as Mx11a as their last promotion though.
this is after how many years of service?
Today 12:17 AM
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Given that it is not a generic scheme (unlike MXS) and thus enjoy a premium (reflected in the salary ranges), you can then have more subgrades to create sense of progression for retention.
For local grads in MX scheme who are not taking on leadership positions, they still retire as Mx11a as their last promotion though.
Yesterday 09:14 PM
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This is very misleading. I know many scholars who get Cs. Everyone starts at GEO5 cep.
This is untrue. My ROs have openly told me that scholars have a higher CEP. But of course, you do not need to be a scholar to have a high CEP, as long as management really likes you your CEP will be bumped up.
Yesterday 08:59 PM
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Is that so? Thatís interesting because GEO4 is equivalent to MX11. So thereís is an additional rung for EOs..
Given that it is not a generic scheme (unlike MXS) and thus enjoy a premium (reflected in the salary ranges), you can then have more subgrades to create sense of progression for retention.
Yesterday 07:11 PM
Unregistered Hi! If I take NPL for two months to care for my mother, will my annual merit increment be pro-rated? I understand that my connect plan and performance grade will be affected as well. TY!
Yesterday 12:17 PM
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That is because the equivalent grade for MX11A is not GEO 5 but SEO 1
Is that so? Thatís interesting because GEO4 is equivalent to MX11. So thereís is an additional rung for EOs..
Yesterday 09:57 AM
Unregistered Hi, am interested to pursue a career with MOE as a teacher.

Curious on the starting salary and general pay progression from trainee all the way up to 8-10 years of exp. Any insights would be valuable thank you.
Yesterday 02:35 AM
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GEO5 pay lower than the equivalent MX11A though
That is because the equivalent grade for MX11A is not GEO 5 but SEO 1
10-06-2021 09:58 PM
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I am the batch mate who jumped to MOM. EOs are paid slightly better than MXs, which is why its a different scheme altogether. Stat boards though, have their own salary structure and you might be paid more/less/equal. That said, pay is not everything. The intangible benefits I had (such having a regular bowel movement) more than made up for the cut. Health is wealth. All the best!
GEO5 pay lower than the equivalent MX11A though
10-06-2021 09:04 PM
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I have an NIE batch mate who jumped to MOM the moment bond finished. They will try to match current salary point...But I think there was a slight pay cut. More importantly, my friend was a lot happier due to the better work life balance and fewer political issues.
I am the batch mate who jumped to MOM. EOs are paid slightly better than MXs, which is why its a different scheme altogether. Stat boards though, have their own salary structure and you might be paid more/less/equal. That said, pay is not everything. The intangible benefits I had (such having a regular bowel movement) more than made up for the cut. Health is wealth. All the best!
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