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How to negotiate your salary as an international student or graduate

Thinking about your possible earnings isn’t just a thought just for recent graduates but undergraduates too. Knowing the value of your skills can be investigated while you’re still at university and help you when searching for jobs to apply for. When looking for a graduate role a number of factors can take priority including role duties, progression, company culture, location and of course salary. It can be difficult for a recent graduate to know if, when and how they can discuss the subject of salary when attending interviews and starting a new role. There can be a fine line between knowing your worth and appearing mercenary, and it’s important to give employers a good first impression that ensures they know that your interest lies primarily in the role itself rather than its monetary reward. We’ve put together some ideas for how to tackle the sometimes tricky topic of money.

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By Jen Garmston Published: August 14, 2019

Ten companies actively recruiting in Malaysia

These 10 companies in Malaysia are still actively hiring , according to the Vulcan Post.

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By Vulcan Post
Published: April 29, 2016

IT graduates paid highest in Philippines

INFORMATION Technology (IT) graduates are paid higher in the Visayas than their counterparts in any other region in the country, online hiring firm Jobstreet found in its 2016 Visayas Salary Report.

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By Sun Star
Published: April 16, 2016

Thailand Tourism industry created jobs for 6.2 million people in 2013

BANGKOK - According to the latest annual report of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Thai tourism industry generated 6.2 million jobs in 2013.

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By Travel Daily News
Published: April 16, 2016

Professional permanent job vacancies in Asia Pacific up for Q4

Professional permanent job vacancies in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region increased by 14% in Q1 compared to the previous quarter, according to the latest Morgan McKinley APAC Employment Monitor.

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By Staffing Industry Analysts
Published: April 08, 2016

Get the right skills, match with right jobs in Singapore

The key to tackling people's job worries in the current economic slowdown is to create the right jobs, arm workers with the right skills and then match them rightly, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament.

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By The Straits Times
Published: April 08, 2016

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