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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

1 Million Jobs Await New Graduates in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – Over a million jobs await new graduates and other jobseekers, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) maintained yesterday.

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By The Philippine Star
Published: March 17, 2016

Nine reasons Asian graduates should go into corporate banking jobs in Singapore

As global banks in Asia trim trading jobs and cut bonuses in investment banks, their corporate banking ranks remain relatively unscathed. In fact, recruiters in Singapore and Hong Kong report generally healthy levels of hiring here.

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By Efinancial Careers
Published: March 11, 2016

A Degree Isn′t the only Saviour For Employment In Malaysia

“You studied (insert parent approved degree here), but you work as a (insert less “honourable” job here)?”

That’s usually the type of questions graduates with mismatched degrees and jobs get. Some graduates even have to look to their SPM results to apply for jobs as their degrees proved to have brought them nowhere. This is alarming, says the deputy education minister, Senator Chong Sin Woon recently.

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By Vulcan Post
Published: March 11, 2016

Deloitte Vietnam Summer Internship Program 2016 Launched

Want to make an impact?

At Deloitte, we are looking for talented professionals who want to play a key role in this exciting journey ‑ talents like you. Every day we challenge ourselves to do what matters most for our clients, our people and for the society. We offer the opportunity to be part of a firm that makes an impact that matters, to work with inspiring leaders and talented professionals to deliver outstanding value to our clients in a culture that is inclusive, collaborative and one that provides exceptional career experience.

Deloitte Summer Internship Program 2016 is designed for undergraduate students studying oversea wishing to do their internship during their academic break to gain more working experience at a professional firm.

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By https://careers.deloitte.com/jobs/eng-US/details/j/118280/deloitte-vietnam-summer-internship-program-2016-%E2%80%93-hanoi-office?utm_source=LINKEDIN&utm_medium=referrer
Published: March 05, 2016

Demand for labour in farming and engineering in Vietnam

HA NOI (VNS) — The agriculture, forestry and fishery sectors are forecasted to face a shortage of 3.2million trained workers in 2020, labour experts said.

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By Vietnam News
Published: March 04, 2016

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