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wongkheong86
post Sep 23 2017, 11:25 AM

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QUOTE(frontierzone @ Sep 22 2017, 03:50 PM)
Normally in Jobstreet if the job posting put salary as "MYR 8,000 - 15,000", then what is usually the salary they will pay?

And what is the best way to put expected salary  to them? Max it at 15k?
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wah what kind of job salary up to 8k -15k ?
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post Sep 23 2017, 03:47 PM

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QUOTE(frontierzone @ Sep 22 2017, 02:50 PM)
Normally in Jobstreet if the job posting put salary as "MYR 8,000 - 15,000", then what is usually the salary they will pay?

And what is the best way to put expected salary  to them? Max it at 15k?
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dont bother.

i saw one JS, offer 7k - 10k.

i went for interview, casual interbiu with MD in a golf course.

i mentioned 5k as current (bluff him) he said offer me 10% increment and say will see where we go.

nabeh, its 5.5k , not even reach the advertised 6k bruce.gif
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post Sep 23 2017, 06:55 PM

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QUOTE(PrincZe @ Sep 23 2017, 03:47 PM)
dont bother.

i saw one JS, offer 7k - 10k.

i went for interview, casual interbiu with MD in a golf course.

i mentioned 5k as current (bluff him) he said offer me 10% increment and say will see where we go.

nabeh, its 5.5k , not even reach the advertised 6k  bruce.gif
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Wah casual interview with md at golf course. You apply CEO position?
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post Sep 23 2017, 07:53 PM

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QUOTE(ic no 851025071234 @ Sep 23 2017, 06:55 PM)
Wah casual interview with md at golf course. You apply CEO position?
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nabeh, as their PM.

normal only, sounds very proud of their product (vendor)

sell risk management software to bank O*B* bank.

very proud, but only offer me 10%.

say see me alot potential.

reward will come.

but want to avoid buy out of 2/3 months bye.gif


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post Sep 24 2017, 11:39 AM

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Experience before joining : 3 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
salary : SGD4500 (3 Months Bonus)
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I am keen to back malaysia,
but with my experience, is it possible to get RM10k in Malaysia?
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post Sep 24 2017, 12:56 PM

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QUOTE(teddyy @ Sep 24 2017, 11:39 AM)
Job Title : Senior SE
Job Description : .NET Developer
Years spent in company : 4 year
Company : Domestic
Industry : IT
Tenure : Permanent
Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 3 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
salary : SGD4500 (3 Months Bonus)
Location: SG
Age: 29

I am keen to back malaysia,
but with my experience, is it possible to get RM10k in Malaysia?
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Actually its abit of luck, meaning if you going for higher position.
For senior .Net level, its hard to get 5 digits salary in Malaysia
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post Sep 24 2017, 02:49 PM

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.net developer to get 10k seems hard.

consider 7 years ago. possibly, but need to find.
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post Sep 24 2017, 04:27 PM

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QUOTE(teddyy @ Sep 24 2017, 11:39 AM)
Job Title : Senior SE
Job Description : .NET Developer
Years spent in company : 4 year
Company : Domestic
Industry : IT
Tenure : Permanent
Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 3 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
salary : SGD4500 (3 Months Bonus)
Location: SG
Age: 29

I am keen to back malaysia,
but with my experience, is it possible to get RM10k in Malaysia?
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Consider yourself lucky if you can get 7k in MY. 4.5k in sg with 7 years of experience indicating your are not at elite level
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post Sep 24 2017, 06:27 PM

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So 5 digit easier for team lead or above in Malaysia?
I did try my luck few months back with 1 MNC, they only offer me RM8k.

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post Sep 24 2017, 07:34 PM

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QUOTE(teddyy @ Sep 24 2017, 06:27 PM)
So 5 digit easier for team lead or above in Malaysia?
I did try my luck few months back with 1 MNC, they only offer me RM8k.
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Is it difficult to go higher in senior level? Have to go manager level?
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post Yesterday, 10:18 AM

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Job Title : Senior Portfolio Accountant
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Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 7.5 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
Salary : USD 5,416 (65k per year)
Location: New York City (Midtown Manhattan)

previously work in Citigroup KL for 7.5 years,migrated to NYC 5 months ago. Salary not what i expected but no choice due to lack of US working experience


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QUOTE(wengjoe @ Sep 25 2017, 10:18 AM)
Job Title : Senior Portfolio Accountant
Job Description : Finance
Years spent in company : To join soon
Company : -
Industry : Finance
Tenure : Permanent
Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 7.5 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
Salary : USD 5,416 (65k per year)
Location: New York City (Midtown Manhattan)

previously work in Citigroup KL for 7.5 years,migrated to NYC 5 months ago. Salary not what i expected but no choice due to lack of US working experience
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That's about rm250k per year! So lucky guy.
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post Yesterday, 11:50 AM

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QUOTE(ic no 851025071234 @ Sep 25 2017, 10:53 AM)
That's about rm250k per year! So lucky guy.
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new york some more.. rclxms.gif rclxms.gif
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post Yesterday, 12:42 PM

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QUOTE(wengjoe @ Sep 25 2017, 10:18 AM)
Job Title : Senior Portfolio Accountant
Job Description : Finance
Years spent in company : To join soon
Company : -
Industry : Finance
Tenure : Permanent
Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 7.5 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
Salary : USD 5,416 (65k per year)
Location: New York City (Midtown Manhattan)

previously work in Citigroup KL for 7.5 years,migrated to NYC 5 months ago. Salary not what i expected but no choice due to lack of US working experience
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NYC expenses are so high. Do you managed to still save a lot after all your expenses and entertainment?
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post Yesterday, 09:37 PM

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QUOTE(wengjoe @ Sep 25 2017, 10:18 AM)
Job Title : Senior Portfolio Accountant
Job Description : Finance
Years spent in company : To join soon
Company : -
Industry : Finance
Tenure : Permanent
Employment Level : Senior
Experience before joining : 7.5 years
Highest paper qualification/ education background : Degree
Salary : USD 5,416 (65k per year)
Location: New York City (Midtown Manhattan)

previously work in Citigroup KL for 7.5 years,migrated to NYC 5 months ago. Salary not what i expected but no choice due to lack of US working experience
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congratz ! mind i ask u have PR in usa? also, how was the tax like?
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post Today, 07:51 AM

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QUOTE(justified @ Sep 25 2017, 09:37 PM)
congratz ! mind i ask u have PR in usa? also, how was the tax like?
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That's not high by American standard. How about income taxes and other taxes?
Rental is going to cost around usd2k-3k already. Unless you share a very shabby apartment.

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i think you can work your way up over there. the quality of life should be better too
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post Today, 09:51 AM

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QUOTE(Green_lemontea @ Sep 25 2017, 12:42 PM)
NYC expenses are so high. Do you managed to still save a lot after all your expenses and entertainment?
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Temporary i have a place to stay without needing to paid rent, i calculated can save at least 2k every 4 week excluding other expenses.

QUOTE(justified @ Sep 25 2017, 09:37 PM)
congratz ! mind i ask u have PR in usa? also, how was the tax like?
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yeah, green card holder. Tax is insane high roughly around 28% for my salary bracket, will have a better idea once my pay cheque is out since is paid every 2 weeks


QUOTE(TheRealist @ Sep 26 2017, 07:51 AM)
That's not high by American standard. How about income taxes and other taxes?
Rental is going to cost around usd2k-3k already. Unless you share a very shabby apartment.
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you are right, there is federal tax, state tax, local tax, social security tax, medicare tax, and etc.



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post Today, 10:21 AM

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QUOTE(ic no 851025071234 @ Sep 25 2017, 10:53 AM)
That's about rm250k per year! So lucky guy.
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Average only. If count nyc specifically then abit low side but still ok

QUOTE(TheRealist @ Sep 26 2017, 07:51 AM)
That's not high by American standard. How about income taxes and other taxes?
Rental is going to cost around usd2k-3k already. Unless you share a very shabby apartment.
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No..rental doesnt cost that much contrary to popular beliefs unless u die2 wan to rent in near high class places.

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post Today, 12:19 PM

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QUOTE(party @ Sep 26 2017, 10:21 AM)
Average only. If count nyc specifically then abit low side but still ok
No..rental doesnt cost that much contrary to popular beliefs unless u die2 wan to rent in near high class places.
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I was staying in LA and I found out about the rental over there.
My colleague was renting a room for around 1200 USD. That's the low end ones.
For the more livable one is should cost around USD2000 or slightly less. The thing is, NYC is a more expensive place then LA.

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