They got over twice the average wage.
In spite of the oil rout, workers in Singapore’s oil and gas sector still received an average salary of over $118,000 (US$88,488) in 2014, a report by recruiting firm Hays Oil & Gas revealed.
This is over twice the yearly average wage for full-time employed residents in 2014, which the Ministry of Manpower estimates to be about $45,240. 38% of workers in the industry were locals, while 62% were expatriates.
The most common benefits were bonuses, which were awarded to 51% of employees. 39% of workers had health plans, while 28% had transport allowances. 27% were given extra training while 18% had home leave allowance.