Job Hunting

Unless you're a fresh grad whose resume is as empty as a crisp white Kleenex, you might want to think twice before including the following information. -MoneySmart
50 Japanese graduates opted to gamble with their job prospects at a mahjong tournament set up by recruiters. -Reuters
Here are three things that make hiring managers trash your CV once you've walked out the door. -MoneySmart
Victor Cui, the founder and CEO of mixed martial arts promoter ONE Championship, has come a long way from working in his mother's convenience store as a shelf stocker and cashier. -AsiaOne
Some familiar sounding ones would be "Promoters Wanted", "Clerk/Admin Jobs Available", "Brand Ambassadors Needed", and of course the very predictable "Work From Home Data Entry Job". -Vulcan Post
The rankings are based on a survey of 12,500 students from Singapore Management University, SIM University, Nanyang Technological University and National University of Singapore. -The Business Times
It might be a good time now to ignite your passion for work by looking into these three areas. -My Paper
If you have zero work experience, here are some ways you can beef up your resume. -MoneySmart
Protect yourself against being hired by an employer that underpays by being well-informed about the market rate for any prospective job. -MoneySmart
A recent survey by the top 3 universities in Singapore found that the median salary for degree holders rose to $3,200 for 2014's graduating class. -Get.com

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