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Hey All,

This is regarding a new offer of employment from a company based out of India for their Singapore client. They have agreed to bear the travel expenses and the medical insurance at Singapore and have stated a monthly salary of 4.5K. Is this a good one for 5+ years of experience in java and j2ee related skills that I possess.. ?

Please advice..

Looking forward to your opinion from those of you all in IT and those in Singapore for me to make a fair decision.
 
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If you are going to work for banking client, you can negotiate for 500 SGD more. Anyways, with this salary you can have decent savings (depending on your lifestyle)

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go for it.
 
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Thanks for the response !

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