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aparnashekar
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Pay for MBA (Marketing) with 5 yrs experience

Postby aparnashekar » Sun, 15 Jul 2007 3:22 pm

Kindly let me know what are good salary figures for marketing professional with 5 years experience.
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Postby PREETAMSUNILSINGH » Tue, 17 Jul 2007 3:29 pm

:shock: THAT'S GREAT SALARY. BUT ONE THING I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW FROM YOU IS MY BROTHER IS ALSO TRYING TO FIND a job in singapore. he is also an MBA in marketing with 3 + years in experience, can you give me few leads or job oppurtunities whee he can try as he also wants to come to singapore on job.

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Postby chixchix » Tue, 17 Jul 2007 5:48 pm

my sis in law also holds a MBA in India.. and has many years of experience in Telemarketing and Call Centre sector.. does anyone know how I can help her get a job here in SG ? :?
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Re: Pay for MBA (Marketing) with 5 yrs experience

Postby jpatokal » Wed, 18 Jul 2007 12:03 am

aparnashekar wrote:Have been offered a job in Singapore to handle Sales and Marketing of a company. I have an Indian MBA with 5 yrs work experience in the Consumer goods sector.

The salary offered is -
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Is this considered as a good pay?

It's on the higher side of reasonable. Not great, by no means bad.

Also, how long does it take to get a PR? 6 months or 3 months. Need to know this.

Nobody can give you a firm answer on that. Some people get it in a month, some people can't get in a year.

My decision to move also depends on my husband getting a job transfer (he works in a bank) and moving with me. If i get a PR, will my husband automatically get a PR as a dependent. Then, will it be easy for him to find a job. Or, will it be difficult.

He will not get PR, but he can apply for LTSVP. Finding jobs in Singapore is generally tough (see the stickies), but banks are a pretty good sector to be in right now, so there's definitely hope if he's got skills.
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