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Foreign talent relocating from India asks if $5K per month is enough to lead comfortable lifestyle in Singapore

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A foreign talent from India relocating to Singapore has asked if $5,000 is enough to lead a comfortable lifestyle in Singapore. Writing in Singapore Expats Forum, Shaunik Wadhawan said that he has been offered that amount to work as a service delivery manager in a local company.

He said that he will head to Singapore alone, but that his wife may join him later. She has friends in Singapore who will help her look for a job.

source: https://forum.singaporeexpats.com/viewtopic.php?t=114920

Several recruitment agencies and companies have advertised in JobsBank for the position of Service Delivery Managers, and the salary for such workers range from $3,000 to $6,000.

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