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The top confidence tips for international students to help your employability

For many students, the jump from studying to employment can be a struggle due to the different skills that are needed at university compared to the working world. When searching for a graduate role ,being organised, expanding your skills and resilience are all important. However, building your confidence can be key to learning how to successfully promote yourself and to gain new skills that can help you find the perfect job.

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By Jen Garmston Published: April 08, 2019

IBM, Deliotte and Dell named among the top 250 telecommuting employers

Do you dream of having a job where you can work from home? You’re in luck! FlexJobs has worked out the top 250 telecommuting jobs so you don’t have to. And unsurprisingly, a few of our partnered brands have made their way onto the list.

 

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By David Gee
Published: October 24, 2016

Singaporean companies compete for junior IT professionals

The booming start-up community in Singapore is proving a hard rival for multinationals in the country. Indeed, according Computer Weekly, employers may be able to attract senior IT talent with lucrative salaries, but junior professionals are harder to capture the attention of.

 

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By David Gee
Published: October 21, 2016

Hospitality, IT and telecoms continue to rise in Singapore

Singapore has hit somewhat of a snag in its economy and job market. However there are some positives to see behind the clouds as Today Online points out.

While there has been a decline in online job ads for banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), hiring is on the up and up in hospitality, telecommunications and IT.

 

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By David Gee
Published: October 19, 2016

Tech talent shortages in Malaysia and Singapore create ideal opportunities for graduates

Excellent news this week for graduates returning to Malaysia and Singapore.

Malaysia and Singapore are facing a discrepancy in technology talent. According to Computer Weekly, organisations are battling for local applicants and while this may sound like bad news for business, it does pose an excellent opportunity for returning graduates who can seamlessly fill the gap.

 

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By David Gee
Published: October 13, 2016

Six tips to help you get through your first day

Starting a new job is always slightly terrifying. For new graduates, nervousness teams up with inexperience and pesters you with hundreds of questions, which encompass everything from “will I get on with everyone?” to “which mug am I allowed to use?” This is completely normal and if anxiety is good for one thing, it’s preparation.

 

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By David Gee
Published: October 10, 2016

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