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Where I belong to

This is where I belong. Scroll all the way to bottom…. sigh

[Salary.sg]

1. Managing director – $25,886
2. Foreign exchange dealer and broker – $17,434
3. General manager – $16,616
4. Company director – $15,570
5. Hydrographic surveyor – $12,100
6. Legal service manager – $11,417
7. Lawyer (except advocate and solicitor) – $11,050
8. General physician – $10,979
9. Business management consultant – $10,634
10. Commodities futures broker – $10,352
11. Training manager – $10,080
12. Information technology auditor – $9,800
13. Computer and information systems manager – $9,751
14. Operations manager (Finance) – $9,528
15. Business development manager – $9,489
16. Legal officer – $9,415
17. Risk management manager – $9,279
18. Corporate planning manager – $8,815
19. Engineering manager – $8,700
20. Marketing manager – $8,697
21. Personnel / Human resource manager – $8,650
22. Technical manager – $8,641
23. Budgeting and financial accounting manager – $8,600
24. Research and development manager – $8,576
25. Computer operations and network manager – $8,550
26. Marine superintendent (Deck) – $8,245
27. Quality assurance manager – $8,200
28. Creative director (Advertising) – $8,000
29. Sales manager – $7,960
30. Customer service manager – $7,957
31. Industrial health, safety and environment engineer – $7,945
32. Fund manager – $7,892
33. Chemical engineer (Petrochemicals) – $7,874
34. Advertising and public relations manager – $7,847
35. Manufacturing plant and production manager – $7,845
36. Treasury manager – $7,780
37. Logistics manager – $7,777
38. Shipping manager – $7,715
39. Chemical engineer (Petroleum) – $7,670
40. Structural engineer – $7,600
41. Building architect – $7,403
42. Advocate and solicitor – $7,400
43. Procurement manager – $7,358
44. Administration manager – $7,350
45. Property / Estate manager – $7,000
46. Producer (Stage, film, television and radio) – $6,924
47. Materials engineer – $6,815
48. Business analyst – $6,760
49. Biologist – $6,745
50. Industrial relations manager – $6,689
51. Operations manager – $6,648
52. Building and construction project manager – $6,600
53. Editor (Radio, television and video) – $6,592
54. Civil engineer – $6,558
55. Ship-master – $6,545
56. Instrumentation engineer – $6,538
57. Medical scientist – $6,531
58. Premises maintenance manager – $6,503
59. Flight operations officer – $6,403
60. Transport operations manager – $6,355
61. Audio and video equipment engineer – $6,250
62. Chemical engineering technician (Petrochemicals) – $6,206
63. Computer engineer – $6,006
64. Finance sales associate professional – $5,944
65. Information technology security specialist – $5,939
66. Biomedical engineer – $5,892
67. Aeronautical engineer – $5,873
68. Biochemist – $5,865
69. Sales representative (Technical) – $5,788
70. Financial analyst – $5,670
71. Telecommunications engineer – $5,630
72. Automotive engineer – $5,625
73. Industrial machinery and tools engineer – $5,532
74. Warehousing manager – $5,500
75. Food and drink technologist – $5,436
76. Soil mechanic and piling engineer – $5,427
77. Network systems and data communication analyst – $5,425
78. Database administrator – $5,375
79. Application programmer – $5,328
80. Marine engineer – $5,250
81. Credit analyst – $5,240
82. Chemical engineer – $5,194
83. Chief / executive cook – $5,192
84. Production engineer – $5,163
85. School counsellor – $5,161
86. Sales representative (Medical and pharmaceutical products) – $5,150
87. Building construction engineer – $5,125
88. Lift engineer – $5,100
89. Manufacturing engineer – $5,092
90. QC engineer – $5,037
91. Market research analyst – $5,000
92. Semi-conductor engineer – $5,000
93. Systems designer and analyst – $5,000
94. Electronics engineer – $4,990
95. Electronics and electrical engineer – $4,965
96. Automation engineer – $4,916
97. Systems programmer – $4,907
98. Software engineer – $4,900

99. Specialised nurse – $4,893
100. Surveyor – $4,882

2009 I understand its a recession. But 2010 is a bull run with STI running back to 3000 level. Our govt also mentioned that GDP had a record 15% growth but yet our wages not up but down (SW engineer down from $5281) with cost of living going higher. In this case, I’d rather have the GDP maintain since it’s not benefiting most of us at all.

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