Really depends on her field. I've got a friend who's European on an EP and works as a research fellow at NUS.expat104 wrote:What is the possibility of her getting a job in Singapore such as the universities? She is an African-American, does this lower her chance of getting a decent job here? I see that most foreign research fellows are either Asian-American or Chinese.
We intend to stay here for 2-3 years only as i have been working here for the past year.BBCDoc wrote:I’ve worked in Medical/Life Sci industry for >8 years here after doing 4 years postdoc at Johns Hopkins.
I had a few Friends who worked in the academic environment here. There’s many good researchers worth their salt, but many others are in place through being singaporean and playing political games.
As a foreigner, expect to face significant biases; Singaporeans will be favoured, regardless of talent. If you work for a PI with no political clout or fighting spirit, it will suck.
As Long as you do not have lofty ambitions, then you will do fine as a type of drone worker in academic research.
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