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What is The Average Salary in Singapore And Are You Earning Enough?

Sihan Chia

Sihan Chia

Last updated 11 April, 2023

With over 70% of PMETs in Singapore reportedly planning to change jobs in 2023, are you one of them? Even if you're not, knowing the average salary range in your industry can be helpful when you're deciding on a job offer or negotiating your increment.

For some, the pursuit of work and a meaningful career can go hand in hand. For others, work is simply an exchange of time and labour for a stable salary.

Knowing the median salary gives you a glimpse into your own standing relative to others in the workforce and can be very useful when you’re negotiating your salary or thinking of taking your career elsewhere. 

If your income is higher than the median income, good on you! You’re making more money than 50% of the workforce. The reverse is true, too, though don’t be too hard on yourself if you find yourself on the less desirable side of the distribution.  

Table of contents

What’s the median salary in Singapore? 

According to the latest data, the median monthly salary from full-time work in Singapore is S$5,070 in 2022, including CPF contributions from employers. 

Compared to 2021’s median monthly salary from full-time work at S$4,680, this represents an increase of about 8.3%. 

It’s also interesting to note that the nominal and real annualised change in median gross monthly income from the year 2012 to 2022 is 2.6% p.a. and 29.3% p.a. respectively.

Without accounting for CPF contributions from employees, the median monthly salary from full-time work in Singapore in 2012 and 2022 is S$3,480 and S$5,070 respectively.

What’s the average salary in Singapore?

As of Jul 2023, the average salary in Singapore stands at S$6,254 per month, including CPF contributions from employers. 

Wages are benchmarked using average monthly income and income from employment is a key indicator of economic well-being. 

Median salary in Singapore by age 

It is fair that as we grow in age and experience, our wages rise. However, the wage increments don't go on infinitely. 

In fact, it holds true only up to a certain point — around the 45-year-old mark — before our wages start tapering off in our golden years. This is corroborated by the data we’ve gathered below for your easy reference. 

Age Group
2022 Median Monthly Salary
2021 Median Monthly Salary 
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 & Over 

Source: Labour Force in Singapore

Of course, many factors go into the mix when it comes to one’s salary. Amidst the rapidly changing times that we work and live in, it is always a good idea to prioritise upskilling to stay relevant. After all, learning never really stops.

What is gross salary?

According to the Ministry of Manpower Singapore, the gross salary is the monthly wages or salaries before deduction of employee CPF contributions and personal income tax.

It comprises basic wages, overtime pay, commissions, tips, other allowances and one-twelfth of annual bonuses. The breakdown of your gross salary or nett salary is reflected in your payslip.

What is gross monthly income then? It simply refers to your total income from employment. You’ve also probably come across the term “minimum wage”. In Singapore, certain sectors have been included in the Progressive Wage Model (PWM), which was introduced in 2012 by NTUC to improve income inequality.

In the retail sector, about 19,000 lower-wage full-time workers will receive pay increments of 8.4% to 8.5% annually for three years from 1 Sept 2022 to 31 Aug 2025.

The government also implemented the Local Qualifying Salary, which stipulates that firms which hire full-time local workers must pay them at least S$1,400. This policy benefits around 159,000 lower wage workers who are not in sectors covered by the PWM.

See also: So You Want to Go Into Teaching – Here’s What You Should Expect

Salary guide by industry

With all this talk on salaries, you may be interested to know which are the highest-paying jobs in Singapore. Let’s start with the top industries:

Accounting & Finance

  • In this sector, qualifications such as CFA, CPA, CMA, MBA are sought after 
  • Possible career tracks include mergers and acquisitions, business valuation, internal audit, management accounting, and enterprise risk management 
  • In-demand skills include assurance, financial and transaction management, digital and data management

Commercial Businesses

5-10 Years
10-15 Years
15+ Years
CFO / VP Finance
Finance Director
Financial Controller
Commercial Finance Manager
Financial Planning and Analysis Director / Business Controller
Internal Audit Director
Internal Audit Manager
Internal Auditor
Tax Director
Tax Manager
Tax Accountant / Analyst
Treasury Director / Treasurer
Treasury Manager
Treasury Accountant / Analyst
Accounting / Finance Manager
Financial Accountant
Financial Planning and Analysis Manager
Financial / Business Analyst
Credit Analyst / Controller / Manager
Revenue Analyst / Manager
Corporate Finance Manager / Director
Pricing Analyst / Manager / Director
AP / AR Analyst / Accountant / Manager
Group Consolidation Accountant / Manager
Supply Chain Finance Manager / Controller Director
Costing Accountant / Analyst / Manager


  • The role of a compliance officer is to oversee the conduct of compliance and regulatory risk assessments
  • Key skills required for a career in compliance are budgeting, information systems risk management, risk and compliance reporting
5-10 Years
10-15 Years
15+ Years
Transaction Monitoring
Compliance Testing
Regulatory Compliance

Banking and Financial Services

  • As a fintech hub, Singapore is well-placed to spearhead industry growth through setting up and supporting the financial infrastructure 
  • As part of the Financial Services Industry Transformation Map 2025, the government is focusing on creating 3000-4000 jobs in the sector per year 
  • Key goals include shaping the future of financial networks and fostering a skilled and adaptable workforce


Banking Operations

5-10 Years
10-15 Years
15+ Years
Client Services
Corporate Actions / Settlement
Trade & Sales Support
Reference Data
Trade Finance Operations
Collateral Management
Transfer Agency
COO / Head of Operations


Investment Banking - M&A / ECM / DCM

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Analyst S$60,000 S$80,000 S$130,000+
Associate S$90,000 S$120,000 S$180,000+
AVP S$150,000 S$200,000 S$280,000+
VP S$250,000 S$150,000 S$250,000+
Director S$300,000 S$380,000+ S$500,000+
Managing Director S$500,000 S$620,000 S$750,000+


Commercial Banking

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Trade Finance S$50,000 S$200,000 S$400,000+
Cash Management S$60,000 S$200,000 S$400,000+
Relationship Manager S$60,000 S$200,000 S$350,000+
FI RM (Coverage Bank / Non-Bank) S$60,000 S$200,000 S$380,000+
Product Manager (Cash / Trade / Liquidity / Custody) S$60,000 S$200,000+ S$400,000+


Private Equity

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Analyst S$80,000 S$100,000 S$120,000+
Associate S$150,000 S$180,000 S$220,000+
VP S$275,000 S$300,000 S$350,000+
Director S$350,000 S$400,000 S$450,000+
Managing Director S$500,000 S$600,000+ S$700,000+


Retail Banking / Premier Banking 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Bancassurance / Insurance Specialist S$50,000 S$80,000 S$130,000+
Priority Banking / Premier Banking RM S$40,000 S$80,000 S$130,000+
Employee Banking / Work Place Banking / Business Banking Client Acquisition S$40,000 S$80,000 S$130,000+
Mortgage Specialist S$36,000 S$45,000 S$60,000+

Human Resources (HR)

  • This sector is hugely rewarding for those who thrive working with people
  • Market knowledge on how to fill specific talent gaps is key 
  • In terms of specialisation, go wide instead of narrow
Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
HR Generalist S$60,000 S$78,000 S$100,000+
HR Manager S$75,000 S$100,000 S$140,000+
HR Associate Director S$108,000 S$130,000 S$160,000+
HR Director / Head of HR S$160,000 S$200,000 S$280,000+
HR Business Partner S$120,000 S$150,000+ S$200,000+
Talent Acquisition Specialist S$60,000 S$100,000 S$120,000+
Talent Acquisition Manager S$84,000 S$120,000 S$150,000+
Head of Talent Acquisition S$120,000 S$180,000 S$240,000+
L&D Specialist S$60,000 S$78,000 S$96,000+
L&D Manager S$84,000 S$100,000 S$120,000+
Head of L&D S$150,000 S$180,000 S$240,000+
C&B Specialist S$60,000 S$84,000 S$100,000+
C&B Manager S$120,000 S$144,000 S$168,000+
Head of C&B S$150,000 S$180,000 S$240,000+

Information Technology

  • Growing prospects in this sector with global reliance on tech systems
  • Cybersecurity, infrastructure, and pre-sales are the more lucrative roles  
  • C++, Java are basic programming languages to know, with different roles requiring specific qualifications such as Microsoft Azure certification
Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Chief Information Security Officer n.a. S$180,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$500,000+
Cyber Security Operation
S$80,000 - S$110,000

S$110,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$350,000+
Cyber Security Engineering
S$90,000 - S$130,000

S$130,000 - S$200,000 S$200,000 - S$350,000+
Cyber Threat Intelligence S$90,000 - S$120,000 S$120,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$350,000+
Cyber Security Analytics
S$90,000 - S$120,000

S$120,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$350,000+


S$90,000 - S$150,000 S$150,000 - S$200,000 S$200,000 - S$400,000+
Technology Risk & Governance S$100,000 - S$160,000 S$160,000 - S$270,000 S$270,000 - S$450,000+
IT Audit

S$100,000 - S$160,000 S$160,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$350,000+

IT Security

S$100,000 - S$160,000 S$160,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$350,000+

Security Project / Program Manager

S$100,000 - S$160,000 S$160,000 - S$250,000 S$180,000 - S$350,000+

Cyber Presales (Figures inclusive of OTE)

S$100,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$350,000 S$350,000 - S$500,000+


Sales, Pre-Sales - Vendor, System Integrator, FinTech and Telecommunications

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Inside Sales (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$120,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$300,000 S$300,000 - S$350,000
Business Development (Figures inclusive of OTE)
S$120,000 - S$250,000

S$250,000 - S$350,000 S$350,000 - S$450,000
Direct Sales (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$100,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$350,000 S$350,000 - S$550,000+
Channel Sales (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$120,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$300,000 S$300,000 - S$500,000+
Account Management (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$90,000 - S$200,000 S$200,000 - S$300,000 S$300,000 - S$400,000+
Pre Sales (Fintech) (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$150,000 - S$180,000 S$175,000 - S$220,000 S$250,000 - S$500,000+
Solution Architect / Pre Sales (Figures inclusive of OTE) S$150,000 - S$250,000 S$250,000 - S$350,000 S$350,000 - S$450,000+


IT Product & Engineering in Technology, Telecommunications and Fintech

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
UI Developer

S$65,000 - S$100,000 S$100,000 - S$180,000 S$180,000 - S$300,000+


Software Engineering (Back End) 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Java Back End Developer S$40,000 - S$95,000 S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+
.Net Developer
S$40,000 - S$95,000

S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+
C++ Developer S$40,000 - S$95,000 S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+


Software Engineering (Full Stack) 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Java Fullstack Developer S$40,000 - S$95,000 S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+ .
Net Developer S$40,000 - S$95,000 S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+
C++ Developer S$40,000 - S$95,000 S$95,000 - S$170,000 S$114,000 - S$240,000+


Mobile Engineering (Android / IOS)

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Mobile Developer S$60,000 - S$75,000 S$80,000 - S$170,000 S$100,000 - S$240,000+


Quality Assurance / Testing 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
QA Analyst S$60,000 - S$90,000 S$80,000 - S$120,000 S$120,000 -
Performance Test Analyst S$60,000 - S$90,000 S$80,000 - S$120,000 S$120,000 - S$170,000+
Automation test analyst S$60,000 - S$90,000 S$80,000 - S$120,000 S$120,000 - S$170,000+


UI / UX 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
UI / UX Designer S$40,000 - S$85,000 S$85,000 - S$150,000 S$120,000 - S$240,000+


Product Management 

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Head of Product Management S$60,000 - S$90,000 S$90,000 - S$140,000 S$120,000 - S$200,000+
Product Analyst S$60,000 - S$90,000 S$90,000 - S$140,000 S$120,000 - S$200,000+


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Sales and Marketing

  • Apart from good communication skills, product knowledge, and a people-oriented attitude, the ability to problem solve is crucial
  • Digital marketing skills are essential 
  • Industry knowledge for specific sectors such as technology and healthcare


Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Director / Managing Director S$200,000 S$275,000 S$350,000
Country General Manager / Commercial Director S$180,000 S$220,000 S$280,000
Head of Sales / Business Development Director S$150,000 S$200,000 S$250,000
Business Development Manager S$100,000 S$120,000 S$140,000
Head of Strategic Partnerships S$150,000 S$175,000 S$200,000
Strategic Partnerships Manager S$90,000 S$115,000 S$140,000
Account Director (Regional / Global) S$200,000 S$250,000 S$300,000
Account Manager / Senior Manager (Regional / Global) S$90,000 S$135,000 S$180,000
Business Manager / Business Unit Head S$120,000 S$150,000 S$180,000
National Sales Manager S$100,000 S$120,000 S$140,000
Key Account Manager S$60,000 S$80,000 S$100,000
Category Director S$150,000 S$175,000 S$200,000
Category Manager S$60,000 S$90,000 S$120,000


Marketing - Banking & Financial Services

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Regional Head of Marketing / Director / Executive Director S$180,000 S$270,000 S$350,000
Head of Marketing / VP / SVP S$150,000 S$180,000 S$250,000
Marketing Manager / AVP S$90,000 S$110,000 S$130,000
Marketing Associate S$50,000 S$80,000 S$100,000


Marketing - Consumer Goods

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Marketing Director/ Senior Director S$180,000 S$250,000 S$300,000
Associate Marketing Director S$160,000 S$190,000 S$220,000
Marketing Manager S$120,000 S$140,000 S$160,000
Brand Manager/ Senior Manager S$90,000 S$100,000 S$120,000
Trade Marketing Director S$120,000 S$140,000 S$160,000
Trade Marketing Manager S$80,000 S$100,000 S$120,000
Digital Marketing Manager S$80,000 S$100,000 S$120,000


Marketing - Digital Marketing

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Digital Marketing Director S$160,000 S$215,000 S$250,000
Digital Manager / Senior Manager S$90,000 S$120,000 S$150,000
SEO Director / Lead S$120,000 S$160,000 S$200,000
SEO Manager S$90,000 S$105,000 S$120,000
Head of Content / Director S$120,000 S$160,000 S$200,000
Content Strategist S$60,000 S$75,000 S$100,000
E-Commerce VP / Director S$180,000 S$250,000 S$350,000
E-Commerce Manager / Senior Manager S$90,000 S$130,000 S$160,000


Marketing - Technology

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Vice-President / President / CxO S$300,000 S$400,000 S$500,000
Associate Director/ Director S$160,000 S$240,000 S$300,000
Head of Marketing / Communications S$120,000 S$150,000 S$200,000
Marketing Manager / Senior Manager S$90,000 S$120,000 S$150,000


Marketing - Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices

Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Marketing Director/ Senior Director S$220,000 S$270,000 S$320,000
Associate Marketing Director S$160,000 S$190,000 S$220,000
Marketing Manager S$90,000 S$125,000 S$160,000
Product Manager/ Senior Manager S$60,000 S$90,000 S$120,000

Project and Change Management

  • Project management skills are highly sought after, with many project managers starting their careers at consulting firms
  • PMP certification, Six Sigma, and MBA are common qualifications
  • Seasoned project managers with more than 10 years' experience may progress into senior management positions
Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
Junior Business Analyst S$48,000 S$72,000 S$84,000
Senior Business Analyst S$100,000 S$150,000 S$180,000
Process Analyst S$100,000 S$120,000 S$140,000
Agile Coach S$120,000 S$180,000 S$230,000
PMO S$65,000 S$80,000 S$120,000
Project Manager S$90,000 S$150,000 S$180,000
Digital Project Management S$100,000 S$150,000 S$200,000
Programme Manager S$150,000 S$180,000 S$240,000
Lean Six Sigma / Operational Excellence Expert S$120,000 S$170,000 S$200,000
Strategy Consulting S$80,000 S$150,000 S$240,000
Change Manager S$100,000 S$150,000 S$180,000
Business Process Improvement Manager S$120,000 S$170,000 S$220,000

Supply Chain and Procurement

  • SG is a global logistics hub, with the industry projecting a 8% growth rate during 2022 to 2027 
  • As companies undergo transformation, the challenge is to continuously manoeuvre the latest technology. Any changes in the global shipping industry will also significantly affect Singapore. 
  • Depending on your role, industry knowledge and specific skills such as project management will be useful
Age 5-10 Years 10-15 Years 15+ Years
KYC S$40,000 S$150,000 S$220,000+
Sanctions S$50,000 S$200,000 S$270,000+
Transaction Monitoring S$40,000 S$150,000 S$220,000+
Compliance Testing S$50,000 S$180,000 S$250,000+
Regulatory Compliance S$60,000 S$150,000+ S$300,000+

Frequently asked questions

1. What is the difference between gross and net salary in Singapore?

Gross salary is all earnings before any deductions are made, while net salary is after all deductions are made. Certain deductions include tax payments and CPF contributions.

2. What is the average salary increment in Singapore?

According to Mercer’s total remuneration survey for Singapore, the average pay raise in Singapore is expected to reach 3.75% in 2023, more than the 3.65% seen in 2022 and the 3.6% in 2019.

Reward products leader for Mercer Singapore, Ms Mansi Sabharwal, also mentioned that they are expecting overall pay increase budgets to reach up to 5% of the total payroll cost in 2023, surpassing the pre-pandemic budget of 4.7%.

See also: School Didn't Teach Me: How Important is Your First Job

3. What are the trends in the average salary in Singapore over time?

The average salary in Singapore shows an upward trajectory over time.

The average monthly salary reached an all time high of S$7,021 in the first quarter of 2023 and a record low of S$1,302 in the second quarter of 1989.

4. What are some benefits typically included in Singapore salaries?

Under the Singapore’s Employment Act, there are certain statutory benefits, also known as mandatory benefits, that employers have to provide to their employees. Some examples are paid annual leave, parental leave, worker’s compensation insurance and paid sick leave.

On top of that, there are additional benefits that companies may provide, though it is not obligatory by law. Some of these include performance bonuses, annual bonuses, sign-on bonuses, relocation packages, stock options, life insurance, flexible working, allowance, visa sponsorship, hardware, and career development opportunities.

See also: How To Negotiate Salary 2022 - “School Didn't Teach Me”

5. What taxes are applicable on salaries in Singapore?

All individuals earning or receiving income of S$20,000 or more in Singapore are subjected to personal tax return. If your income is lower than that, you don’t have to pay taxes. 

The personal tax rates start at 0% and are capped at 22% for those earning S$320,000 or more in a year (according to the Year of Assessment 2023) for Singapore residents and a flat rate of 15% to 22% for non-residents (according to the Year of Assessment 2023). 

However, the personal tax rates will start from 0% to 24% for Singapore residents and 15% to 24% for non-residents in Year of Assessment 2024 onwards.    

For the full tax breakdown, you can refer to IRAS’ website here, or use their tax calculator.

6. How does the average salary in Singapore compare to other countries?

Singapore has the highest average salary compared to other countries in Southeast Asia. When you compare to neighbouring countries like Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, the average monthly salary is significantly higher. 

However, in comparison to other countries, Singapore’s wage of S$2,167 in 2019 is about half of Australia’s at S$4,629, Norway at S$4,897 and Iceland at S$3,985. It’s also only a third that of Denmark and Switzerland.

7. How does education level impact salaries in Singapore?

It seems like educational qualifications do matter when it comes to wage levels for individuals going out to the workforce. The income level for university graduates is about 62% higher than the median salary of those with a diploma or A-level qualifications, revealed by an ongoing study by the National University of Singapore.

It is also double that of those with secondary and lower education, or graduates from institutions like the Institude of Technical Education (ITE) who earn an average wage of S$2,000 a month, as of 2022.

Read more:
School Didn’t Teach Me: Which is More Important — Education or Experience?
Guide To Starting Salaries In Singapore

Regardless of one’s highest education qualification attained, people earn less money when they are young, climb the salary scale and then experience a dip when they are older. This is just a fact of life here in Singapore. 

So, how much is a good salary in Singapore?

After looking at the salary charts above, you’ll probably find the question as helpful as asking “how much should I save?” or “how much do 30 year olds earn in Singapore?”

Apart from getting a promotion, one of the best times to increase your salary is when you have a job offer. On average, jobseekers reported a 20% increase in their salary when they change jobs, with some receiving as much as 38%.

Why are we shining the spotlight on the median salary trend? To encourage you to start thinking about retirement, of course! 

Like it or not, it is crucial that we plan ahead for retirement and commit to putting money aside regularly when we have the means to hustle and earn more money. The hard truth is that our earning ability dips when we’re old. 

You don’t want to wait till it’s too late before regrets become a thing you have to deal with on the daily with little to no extra money to spare. Case in point, retirees who didn’t plan for their retirement only have an average of S$1/day to spend on things they like! Have a look at these shocking statistics — they will push you to get started on your retirement planning.  

While you’re at it, start investing early to take advantage of the magic of compound interest

*Note: all figures mentioned exclude NSFs.  


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