If you desperately want to come over to Singapore, then come over for a trip and arrange some interviews for the same time.wing.c wrote:It seems one of my downfall is me not being physically in Singapore for the first in person interview. What are some of the ways to go over this hurdle?
sundaymorningstaple wrote:You will be competing with Filipinos, Indians & Mainline Chinese for that type of position and with the exception of Indians who may have worked in the US or UK for a period of time, all will work for considerably less than you will s
So, if I stick around long enough to be your age, things will get relatively worse? Feck it.sundaymorningstaple wrote:How many times have you made reference to that fact as well! When you get to be my age, you get just as stuffed!
I can sympathize with the inability to take a leave of absence.wing.c wrote:First off, thank you for the advice!
For the time being it's hard to take leave due to my obligation to my current job. (and the lack of leave)
I see that skype/web conference will be one of my option as well. How open are Singapore employers in terms of that?
One of the things i have learnt is that it is all about how you position yourself.wing.c wrote:Hi all,
First time poster, I am a Software Engineer currently working in US looking for Software related position in Singapore. I have about 6 years of experience in both Software QA and Development and a Master in Software Engineer.I have been applying to job postings online, but they seem to ended up in the Internet application abyss.
It seems one of my downfall is me not being physically in Singapore for the first in person interview. What are some of the ways to go over this hurdle?
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