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Singapore indicates region's weakest hiring intentions for 1Q19: ManpowerGroup

SINGAPORE (Dec 11): Singapore’s hiring pace is expected to moderate in 1Q19 after three consecutive quarters of strengthening labour market activity, according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employmen

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Singaporeans say attractive salary and benefits a must-have for ideal employer

SINGAPORE (June 5): A majority of 68% of employees and job seekers in Singapore say that an attractive salary and benefits is a must-have criteria of an ideal employer, according to Randstad’s late

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Singapore job market shrinks significantly in 4Q

SINGAPORE (Jan 19): Singapore saw a significant drop in both jobs and job seekers this current Q4, according to Morgan McKinley’s APAC Employment Monitor for 4Q17.

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53% of job seekers turned off by lengthy recruitment process

SINGAPORE (Nov 20): One in two or about 53% of job seekers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia say that they develop a negative impression of the prospective employer if the hiring process takes l

More Singapore workers worry about skill obsolescence rather than layoffs

SINGAPORE (May 4): Singapore’s workers, known for being highly skilled, are well aware and confident of their market power.

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Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

Local startup launches app targeting gig economy

SINGAPORE (April 5): MyWork Global today launched its new mobile application called mywork as part of its efforts to facilitate job matching in Singapore’s gig economy –  where businesses

Local jobseekers have the highest chance of getting a shot at these industries

SINGAPORE (Feb 8): 76.1% of Singapore’s hiring companies surveyed for ExpatFinder.com’s Asia Job Opportunities Report were in search of executive job applicants at the regular position lev

4 ways to improve your LinkedIn profile that beat hiding behind buzzwords

SINGAPORE (Feb 1): "Passionate" took the top spot among Singapore-based LinkedIn profiles as the most overused buzzword of 2016. This year, it has been replaced by the word "leadership".

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Preparing for unpredictability

SINGAPORE (Dec 11): It has been an interesting year for jobs and employment in Singapore.

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