15 Jul '11, 6am

According to Robert Walters, many Singaporean workers received a salary increase this year. @TODAYonline

SINGAPORE - More than 82 per cent of people working in Singapore received a salary increase this year, a global web survey of 3,200 professionals by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters has revealed. The large increases in Singapore this year came predominantly from the non-financial services industry, as salaries within the financial services sector had a sharp increase last year, said Ms Andrea Ross, managing director at Robert Walters (Singapore and Malaysia), in a statement released yesterday. Of the 752 respondents in Singapore, 40 per cent received a pay rise of between 1 and 5 per cent, 20 per cent received between 6 and 10 per cent, 14 per cent received between 11 and 20 per cent and 8 per cent received more than 21 per cent. Ms Ross said the results were not surprising given Singapore saw strong economic growth last year. "Another factor contributing to the incr...

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