Thanks in advance for reading this and also for a possible reply.
I am from the U.S. and graduated last year with a Ph.D. in Econ-Finance. My first job was an assistant professor for only 2 semesters. Up till now, I dont have any industry-relevant experience, just theoretical knowledge from books. But I do speak 3 languages fluently and I believe to be a fast learner. Although the current employer is willing to get me a EP (and fly me in from abroad), I am not sure what the current rate for my job position is, and whether I am entitled to a benefit package like conventional expats (housing subsidy, commuting allowance...etc). My position in the company is to execute sales orders and design financial products. They are currently offering me S$72,000/year (with the usual medical insurance...etc, stuff that local hires also receive). Any advice?