Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Average Monthly Pay and Salaries in Singapore

Average monthly earnings and wages in Singapore - have you ever wondered what is the amount?
Have you ever wondered how your salary and wage compare to the average Singaporean?


In addition to two of the most searched and read entries in this blog


Best Paying Jobs in Singapore


Top 50 Median Monthly Gross Wages and Salaries of High Salary Occupations in Singapore




Here is the Average Monthly Pay and Salaries in Singapore





Average (Mean) Monthly Nominal Earnings (SGD) Per Employee



  • Year - Average Monthly Pay
  • 1999 - $2,813
  • 2000 - $3,063
  • 2001 - $3,134
  • 2002 - $3,158
  • 2003 - $3,213
  • 2004 - $3,329
  • 2005 - $3,444
  • 2006 - $3,554
  • 2007 - $3,773
  • 2008 - $3,977
  • 2009 - $3,872
  • 2010 - $4,065 * (based on 1st half of 2010)


Study by Ministry of Manpower Singapore
Data derived from full-time and part-time employees who contribute to the Central Provident Fund (CPF)


Are you earning more than the average monthly pay of a Singapore employee?

The good news is that over the last 10 years in absolute terms, the monthly wages have increased by more than 30%.

The better news is that we are not born to be average!


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