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FRESH GRADUATES NEED TO REFLECT ON THEIR SELF-ENTITLED MENTALITY OR LOSE OUT TO FOREIGNERS

Fresh graduates are pickier than before, and are willing to accept only jobs which pay more. Many do not take into account the quality of their resumes or their exam results. They do not think about working their way up. Why would employers pay more for Singaporeans who are less willing to work hard, as compared to foreigners who can be more capable and are willing to learn? Rather than question why there are no jobs available, fresh graduates should instead ask themselves why they should be hired. The mindset of Singaporeans must change in order for them to be more competitive in the job market.

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EXPOSURE OF PINAY ABUSING SHORT TERM VISIT PASS MADE FOREIGN NETIZENS ANGRY

According to one of our readers, Pinoy forummers have been up in arms over a recent exposure by A.S.S. about the type of tricks that illegal job seekers have used to try and gain employment in Singapore at the expense of locals. They have also made their forums accessible to members only in an attempt to protect their "trade secrets" from being monitored by the authorities and other concerned netizens.

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ARE FOREIGNERS GETTING CITIZENSHIP TOO EASILY?

I do not believe the arrogance which I have seen from the comments or actions from various FTs in Singapore over the past few years, the insults and humiliation on our people (Singaporeans) , although its considered as only a handful of them. I know many of us still reckon that most FTs are pretty reasonable and kind to us Singaporeans, we know from posts that foreign migrants doing good deeds which helped our country and our citizens.

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PINOYS IN MY COMPANY SAID THAT S'POREANS ARE SNATCHING JOBS FROM PINOYS

To make a long story short, my cousin recently got a job in a systems and IT company in town. And out of 20 employees, only 4 are Sinkies and the rest are all Pinoys. Then on his first day, the Pinoy colleagues asked my cousin out for lunch. They sat down and started bombarding him with questions like "Why did you study IT?", "Why you want to work in IT sector?".

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WHICH PART OF JOBS BANK IS FOR S'POREANS ONLY DO COMPANIES NOT UNDERSTAND?

I was browsing Jobs Bank looking for relevant positions when I came across this company looking for an Marketing Assistant Manager. Thinking that this job was relevant to my experience, I clicked on the link and was shocked to see the position being offer to Indonesians!

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JOBS BANK: 82 APPLICATIONS, 1 INTERVIEW

What is the breakdown of the total number of jobs in the Information and Communications category and IT jobs, into Singaporeans, PRs, employment pass, S-pass and work permits?" What’s the point of having an Infocomm plan to promote learning or higher economic growth, when we allow foreigners from all over the world to flock to Singapore to compete unfairly and take away jobs from Singaporeans?

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1ST CLASS DEGREE HOLDER CAN'T FIND JOB BECAUSE FTS SPOIL MARKET

I am a Singaporean degree holder who has graduated with first class honours from an established university. I even got a first position in my whole entire class for my thesis. My CV is pretty ‘attractive’, according to the interviewers at the interviews I’ve attended, coupled with the 3 years of working experiences I have in the same industry. However, till now, I am jobless despite applying to everything, even to jobs outside of my industry. You know why? The reason is simple – FTs are spoiling the market.

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EMPLOYERS NAME 5 HARDEST JOBS TO BE FILLED BY SINGAPOREANS

According to Global workforce expert ManpowerGroup, the top 5 hardest job positions to fill in Singapore are accounting and finance staff; sales representatives; engineers; secretaries (including receptionists and administrative assistants); and, marketing, public relations and communications specialists.

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