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The median monthly income of full-time employed residents is S$3,949 as of June 2015.

The median monthly income of full-time employed residents, including employer Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions is S$3,949 as of June 2015.

Does it mean that half the full-time employed residents earns below S$3,949 despite including employer CPF contribution?

Does it mean that half the full-time employed residents earns below S$3,375 without employer CPF contribution?

Does it mean that half the full-time employed residents take home pay is only about S$2,700, after CPF deduction?

What about Singaporeans who are not working full time but taking up part time jobs instead?

What are about Singaporeans who are working part time because they have to take care of their elderly, children or handicapped at home?