I agree with JR8 and noskich, if you really consider one or two years gap to look for job, that precious number of years in your youth is better used in gaining skills and/or working on a legitimate job that can be used to boost your number of years in experience in your nominated vocation.noskich wrote:I second everything JR8 wrote. If you keep looking for a job for two years the longer you wait the harder it would be to get a job. Recruiters dislike gaps in employment, especially long ones.
I think it would be far better to keep working during those two years, get more experience, obtain additional education or certificates and all along try to obtain contacts in Singapore online.
Don`t give up everything for a promise of a job. Keep working until you get an offer.
Often in life we cannot get exactly what we want when we want it.
It might be easier for you to go to some other country like the Middle Eastern ones for example. And that route might eventually lead to Singapore where you want to go or make your goal much easier to achieve.
With experience and recommendations from a large Dubai-based company for example it would probably be much easier to score an interview in Singapore than with only experience from Pakistan.
You won't get more than 89 days without circumventing the law. Period. End.Zen77 wrote:...like I said earlier needed to know how it can be more than 89 days without going back to home country.
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