Wow, that's quite the bleak picture you've painted! Is it really that tough? I have work experience, I've worked throughout University, and deployed several applications following SDLC's and these are in operation today. I am also part of a startup based in a developing country. The last work experience I had was interning at a research laboratory in my University working on a research project.JR8 wrote:You won't get a visa and if you were to they'd pay you $hit.
I realise Europe is hideous and in a tail-spin, but how about getting a few years experience under your belt before purporting as a 'skilled migrant'?
Very simple and already mentioned: you would be in a direct competition with the local guys entering the local market and at this very moment the government trying their best to show that they do not allow of such competition. Again what already said, unless you really have something to bring to the table your chances are very slim. Various organizations from SG regularly do recruitment work in the EU's and the States Unis but it does not mean that the gates are wide open.leon2012 wrote:What are exactly the reasons they would make it tough? I would love to know, especially to contrast reality with the agendas of organisations like contact singapore.
Those are rooms in shared apartments. "House" is the Singlish term for everything with a roof that allows sleeping in it. There are no apartments below S$2000/month (and you might not like those cheap ones).leon2012 wrote:I've looked into getting a house, there were some basic houses for about SGD 1000 per month, which seem affordable on the starting salary I've stated before.
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