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Whatever. You're only doing it coz your going back to SG "on business". Don't tell me last 5 years di ka employed?
Ikaw pa ngayun ang kawawa kase binabash ka?
No you don't owe me an explanation nor do I owe you one for my views. So beware those that in the future intend to post for advice for these types of dilemmas. Makakarinig ka talaga sakin.
Here's a list of recruitment agencies in Singapore which don't require any fees whatsoever and registering your CV is completely free (their business model is charging the employer instead of the employee):
+65 6228 0200
+65 6533 2777
+65 3163 0402
Submit resume: www.roberthalf.com.sg/jobseekers/submit-resume
+65 6223 4535
+65 6709 3388
+65 6511 8555
....and these are just from the top of my head!
All the best to everyone!
my advice sa mga newbies is to still come and give it a go.. (kase hirap din yung you never tried and it will haunt you for life wondering "what if"). Pero if after yung 1-3 months mo is up and wala pa rin, stop flogging a dead horse na and face reality that SG economy is projected for long term down turn, coupled with prioritizing locals, odds are just against our side.
Unless you have a super niche, specialized, highly needed skill in SG, with loads of experience and you happen to have gone to a very prestigious global university (I think UP is the only university even featured on the global top 1000 and still it is only rank #800 something lol). Welcome to the global arena where competition is fierce. If you have these, ibang usapan yan and SG will make u rich beyond your wildest dreams.
or you're a multi millionaire who's sick of your home country's taxes and wishes to setup residence in SG instead. SG will welcome you with open arms.
You don't to puruse another line of work? The odds are really against your favour kung hindi ka citizen/PR at call centre ang pang bato nyo sa singapore. Mas maganda makapasok ka muna ng call centre sa pinas na meron "onshore" sa singapore at gumawa ng discarte to move internally within the same company to SG.
I fear ma aaksaya lang ang oras nyo at pamasahe...