Fresh grads with a German degree are rare here so I'm uncertain about the market rate for them.pi-chan wrote:its a German Degree (tax and audit, with compulsory optional subject Finance)
Well just to make you feel a little better, I can say, that i did find out, that a Company in Bedok have actually hired an accountant, with experience and no degree, on a part time basis, and is paid over 1000$ a month, and she has been employed for over 2 years now, she is a pr although from mainland China.pi-chan wrote:I see your point(would do so as an recruiter as well ), but that wont help me finding a job. i would work for local salary - no problem, but i cant reach an S-Pass level and for lower than 1.8 i cant be employed - so i have to wait until we become PR - if we become so ... (if become a pr will be so easy than finding a job with my "qualification" than i wont work here the next 3 years and we wont become PR)
Before moving we were looking for jobs, were talking to people and nearly everybody (even HR people) said i should found sth for a salary between 1.8 - 2.5
If we had stayed in Germany i would have had the same problems finding a job, because of the fact that i am a married women. My friend are payed 35- 40000 EUR a year.
My job offers started at 25 EUR a year ( so much i would have earned directly after my bank apprenticeship). Most job interviews had been very bad, so a HR guy from a well known german company asked me what i will do with my 2 kids during work. I told him, that we dont have children and they are not planned the next years. Than his answer was, why are you married if you are not having children, only for fun, or what?
And why i want to work if i can stay at home and shop (because my husband would earn enough in his job, or if money is not enough i should buy less)
that was the worst one but all other in Germany were very similiar.
And if i wont find an employment in the next time, my gap in my cv will be too long, so no job here and never a job in Germany - because i stayed at home for 3 years, after 3 years i would have to study tax and audit again, because it is changing a lot.
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