04 Jan '12, 6am

No one cares about your pay cuts if you don't solve their problems

The Ministerial Pay Cut Committee has announced its results. It will be a 28% pay cut for PM, and a 31% cut for entry-level ministers proposed. The President's salary will be cut by 51%. Also no more pensions: http://mrbrwn.co/zNv6VD According to Yahoo Singapore, with the suggested cuts, an entry-level minister annual pay will be $1.1 million. PM's salary to be $2.2 million, and the President's will be cut to $1.5m. Somewhere out there, SR Nathan may be laughing secretly at Tony Tan. And Tony Tan may be asking "Why Am I Here?" Since salaries vary for entry-level ministers & senior ministers, I propose a new ranking system: Level 1 Paladin Minister to Level 99 Warlock Minister. If you overcome the level bosses of overpriced housing, MRT disruptions and increasing cost of living, you will unlock achievement bonuses. Like that more fun what. I notice that ministerial salaries...

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