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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

Singapore job market predicted to stabilise and grow in 2016

2016 is expected to be a year of stability and steady growth for Singapore, according to StaffingIndustry.com,  with recruitment activity broadly positive, as reported in Michael Page’s 2016 South East Asia Salary & Employment Outlook.

Financial companies continue to attract talent particularly for private banking, risk audit and compliance, while the technology, healthcare & life sciences sectors continue to remain competitive.

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By StaffingIndustry.com
Published: December 04, 2015

Malaysian graduates face job interview jitters due to weak English skills

Low self-confidence and limited communication skills are among the reasons Malaysian graduates are unable to land jobs, say young working adults who have gone through a government programme aimed at tackling youth unemployment.

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By themalaysiainsider
Published: November 21, 2015

More local labours are demanded in plantations, factories and construction in Malaysia

MIRI: Oil palm plantations, timber processing factories and construction are sectors that need local workforce. This was disclosed by state Labour Department director Datu August Buma, who said the three sectors were short of local workers.

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By The Borneo Post
Published: November 16, 2015

Employees could see smaller pay raises next year in Singapore

SINGAPORE — Higher inflation figures will result in smaller pay raises in real terms for employees in Singapore next year, according to a recent salary trends survey by ECA International.

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By Today
Published: November 13, 2015

Vietnamese and foreign businesses compete by offering high pay

Vietnamese businesses are now offering extremely high pay to attract for talent and compete with foreign invested enterprises.

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By vietnamnet
Published: November 11, 2015

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