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#21 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 23 June 2008 - 06:04 PM

i am one of the lucky ones doing SAP consultancy... i love my job, not because of money but because of new challenges everyday...

advantage:
1 days work is > 1 month salary in RP (as an asst mgr in a multi-natl company)

disadvantage:
almost 200Kphp a month in taxes


This is crap!!! Im doing recruitment for an IT company & i know how much IT personnel earn nowadays. Puro yabang lng to!!

#22 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 23 June 2008 - 06:07 PM

question: i'm interested in taking up CCNA courses. are there good paying jobs waiting for CCNA's out there, aside from call centers? i have nothing against call centers, i'm in one right now. just want to shift into another industry and get a normal day job..


If you want a high paying work regarding Cisco then pursue a CCIE certification, quite expensive but the reward is great.

#23 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 23 June 2008 - 06:14 PM

my assumptions are:

that you are receiving that salary on a monthly basis in a local company and paying that 200k tax.
minimum tax charge for a consultant is 10% otherwise if you are declared as
a regular employee the charge would be more that that rate, so meaning your receiving
a gross of 2M monthly?

a senior executive position in a consulting firm who offers services on SAP dont even received that amount. a sr. executive position in a multi natlt. company who implemented SAP don't also received that much so i don't really understand how did you arrived on that figure.

and if your really earning that 2M monthly bakit ka pumapatol sa 500k lang na pusta ko? any fellows who earn as much as that figure don't waste their time on this thread and such kind of argument. i'm sure alot of us in this forum would be interested to know how did you arrived on that figure.


I totally agree with you dude. I work for a leading ERP company (kalaban ng SAP) & we dont pay that MUCH sa mga consultants. PUCHA MAS MAHAL PA SAHOD NYA SA CEO NG P&G!!!!???

I know how the figures work here kse im doing the job offers for candidates & for me malaking KALOKOHAN SINASABI NYAN!!

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 06:51 AM

question: i'm interested in taking up CCNA courses. are there good paying jobs waiting for CCNA's out there, aside from call centers? i have nothing against call centers, i'm in one right now. just want to shift into another industry and get a normal day job..



you might wanna try working with Verizon...minimum of 40k ang salary for starters pero there are some who gets more than that kasi they are CCIE (written)...your skill and certs dictates your salary.

If your interested just PM me.

i am one of the lucky ones doing SAP consultancy... i love my job, not because of money but because of new challenges everyday...

advantage:
1 days work is > 1 month salary in RP (as an asst mgr in a multi-natl company)

disadvantage:
almost 200Kphp a month in taxes



i assumed that you are offshore.



hmmm. i work in an IT consulting firm.
we have SAP consultants who earn at around 200k - 220k month. And these are certified SAP consultants already. Tapos 20k lang (10%) lang ang tax monthly.

Although i am not doubting you, it is still possible that you can have 200k/month in taxes if you are handling multiple SAP project implementations in separate consultancy positions.



kung ganyan salary i think nasa 35% na ang tax..correct me if im wrong...well tax really sucks tapos kinukurakot lang..ooopss OT na ^^

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 09:55 AM

you might wanna try working with Verizon...minimum of 40k ang salary for starters pero there are some who gets more than that kasi they are CCIE (written)...your skill and certs dictates your salary.

If your interested just PM me.




i assumed that you are offshore.






kung ganyan salary i think nasa 35% na ang tax..correct me if im wrong...well tax really sucks tapos kinukurakot lang..ooopss OT na ^^


^^ if you are a regular employee, at this level of salary, you would be paying 35%. but at a consultants/professional status, you would be only paying 10% every month. ang downside ng consultant status is that you have to shell out moolah at the end of the tax year dahil pareho lang ng bracket as regular salaried employee. ang upside, more net take home pay every month.

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Posted 19 July 2008 - 06:43 PM

If you want a high paying work regarding Cisco then pursue a CCIE certification, quite expensive but the reward is great.


I do agree..ok ang CCIE..ok din ang Network Security since uso na din naman ang Network Security ngayon.

Ako lang ata ang Netwrok Engineer na hindi bayad ng maayos.. :thumbsdownsmiley:

#27 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 21 July 2008 - 04:34 PM

I do agree..ok ang CCIE..ok din ang Network Security since uso na din naman ang Network Security ngayon.

Ako lang ata ang Netwrok Engineer na hindi bayad ng maayos.. :thumbsdownsmiley:


Try to apply at Lawson, Verizon, HP. Those companies pay good for network peeps, but be sure you are Cisco Certified, they give heavy priority on certifications kse.

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Posted 10 August 2008 - 11:14 PM

im into networking but im currently shifting my sights on security. marami na mga network engineers ngaun ( i myself is one) im hoping that one day maachieve ko ang CISSP, mas malaki daw salary neto sa IE. NOT SURE THOU.

#29 Mr. Zygote

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Posted 22 August 2008 - 12:38 PM

If you want a high paying work regarding Cisco then pursue a CCIE certification, quite expensive but the reward is great.

Saan ba maganda or pwede kumuha nito? grad nko and i dnt want to have a normal schooling, too old for that :D

magkaiba pa ba ang CISSP at CCIE??

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Posted 31 August 2008 - 11:12 AM

Depende sa gusto mo. Ako personally, I think the career I'm pursuing is something I can do for the next 10 years.

I'm a game programmer and salary is pretty much up par to other software development firms whether locally or internationally. Locally, maliit talaga, pero sa abroad, malaki. Sa europe, I heard they give a minimum of 30K GBP annually (Mga 205k per month) for starting game programmers. Sa mga Technical Directors, mga double that price (Say about 410k PHP per month). Kung enthusiast ka talaga sa gaming, after office hours usually may mga LAN parties kayo lagi 1 to sawa sa office.

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Posted 07 September 2008 - 05:14 AM

database admin (oracle)...Big Tym! :thumbsupsmiley: !

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Posted 12 October 2008 - 03:55 PM

Sys Admin (AS400, Windows, UNIX, LINUX) ok ba salary nito? anyone? Thanks.

I'm a Data Center Engineer in a Semi-con Company. and planning to become a Sys Ad Someday, pro parang gusto ko din mag Net admin, kaso it will take time kasi need pa ng certification, at mababawasan pa ung ipon ko hehe.

#33 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 01 November 2008 - 10:29 PM

database admin (oracle)...Big Tym! :thumbsupsmiley: !



I don't agree with this statement... Oracle DBA's have a monthly salary of P40-60k tops! Huge if you are easy to satisfy

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Posted 15 December 2008 - 04:18 AM

whatever happened to kissing_bandit2's proofs? any update? im seriously into career shift from finance into IT and would love to earn Php2M a month or Php24M a year by learning SAP. What I will do is just work for 2 years then retire.

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Posted 22 December 2008 - 08:18 PM

Sys Admin (AS400, Windows, UNIX, LINUX) ok ba salary nito? anyone? Thanks.

I'm a Data Center Engineer in a Semi-con Company. and planning to become a Sys Ad Someday, pro parang gusto ko din mag Net admin, kaso it will take time kasi need pa ng certification, at mababawasan pa ung ipon ko hehe.


I am doing Systems Administration on SuSE Linux. That depends on the company. On my end, the pay is reasonable. I don't love money so kuntento na ako. :D

#36 Mang A. Arraro

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Posted 31 December 2008 - 03:42 PM

whatever happened to kissing_bandit2's proofs? any update? im seriously into career shift from finance into IT and would love to earn Php2M a month or Php24M a year by learning SAP. What I will do is just work for 2 years then retire.



Suntok sa buwan ang pangarap mo tol... No one will give you a salary like that... Pang General Manager ang gusto mong sahod

#37 chinggero

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Posted 31 December 2008 - 06:03 PM

im a network engineer with Verizon Business... pay is good as compared to those that local telcos have to offer for the same post...

came from a call center that handled managed services for a US telco... non ccna certified but with a lil know how in networks and WAN troubleshooting...

anybody wanna try their luck in applying with Verizon Business... send me a message... :)

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 03:14 PM

About Salaries, depende yun sa supply and demand. Kung mataas ang supply at mababa ang demand, mababa ang offer na rate. Kung mataas ang demand at mababa ang demand, tumataas ang offer na rate.

Depende rin yun sa market at sa pag pasok ng mga new IT companies who have a high capacity to pay compensation. Last 2007 nagkaron ng biglang pagtaas ng salary ranges dahil dumami ang mga outsourced projects d2 sa pinas. Isa rin sa mga reason ay dahil may isang IT company (i wont mention the name) na sobrang aggressive kung maghire at magoffer ng sweldo. Napilitan tuloy ung ibang IT companies na sumabay.

Ngayun medyo nagstabilize na ung mga salary ranges partly because of the recession and partly because ung mga companies hinde na masyadong naghahire ngayun.

Guys if you really want to verify the salary ranges of IT positions, you may want to check out Jobstreet Salary Report. Medyo rough ang estimates nila but they have a good database for salaries.

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 01:49 AM

yan pala salary ng mga IT certifieds dito ha. aha! :rolleyes:

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Posted 12 April 2009 - 08:07 PM

SysADm currently supporting and maintaining the OS like SAP R/3 , LINUX , MaxDB, Windows Server 2003.

i had an easy job kc walang major problem for almost 3 years after we shifted to SAP from our inhouse system.

about the salary - 30+




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