I would explore the possibility of a transfer to Singapore with your own company or allied industry companies from Sweden first.Elisabeth_Swe wrote:Hi,
I'm facing a dilemma, and would highly appreciate some good advice. I'm a 32-year old woman from Sweden with a M.Sc in Business Administration and Finance. I have 5 years of management and leadership experience, and over 10 years of B2B and B2C sales experience.
I'm currently employed as Country Manager in Sweden for a multinational company, this is the third company in which I'm responsible for the overall operation. In addition I've work as Business Development Manager, Sales Manager, Project Manager, and Marketing Coordinator. I've not worked in either finance, banking nor in the insurance sector. I speak fluently three languages, but all are non-asian.
My husband moved to Singapore two years ago, and now I'm considering relocating as well. My biggest worry though, is leaving my own career behind me. Therefore I'm not ready to move without being employed in Singapore. My husband has an EP, and is not heading back to Europe in the next couple of years at least.
My question is:
How challenging could it be for a person with my professional background and education to find a job in Singapore, still living in my home country? Is it even possible? Would I need to move, unemployed, to Singapore in order to even get a job?
I highly appreciate any advice I can get!
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests