Job Hunting

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
Working adults should invest in creating an updated, professional bio in addition to their resume. -ST
Manoeuvring your way to a higher pay grade could be quite simple. In some cases, it's as easy as saying "no" to the initial offer. -CNBC
Here are some interview questions most frequently asked by 23 of the world's most successful leaders. -AsiaOne
If you are looking for a job with more paid vacation days, here are top 10 cities to head to, based on average annual leave alone.-AsiaOne
The thought of doing something as confrontational as asking for a higher salary goes against everything Singaporeans have learned about respecting authority. -MoneySmart
For many Singaporean employees, job hunting is like practising a sport-you have to do it all the time to keep yourself on your toes. -MoneySmart
Job hopping is accepted practice here, and famously unhappy employees are quick to jump ship the moment something better comes along. -MoneySmart

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