Jobs for Foreigners

MORE YOUNG S'POREANS JOINING RANKS OF HOMELESS PEOPLE

“We are seeing more younger people, those in their 50s instead of their 60s and 70s, camping at Starbucks, McDonald’s, Internet and gaming cafes, libraries and other urban spaces, as these are places where people hang out and it is not immediately obvious that they are homeless,” he added.”

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SG STAT BOARD UNDERDELIVERS ON PROMISE TO CREATE JOBS FOR LOCALS

I refer to the article “Spring Singapore funds projects that promise 21,400 jobs” (Straits Times, Jan 26). It states that “When fully realised, these projects are expected to crank out 21,400 new skilled jobs and contribute $7.8 billion in value-add to the economy.

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FOREIGNER SAYS S'POREANS ARE JOBLESS BECAUSE THEY ARE LAZY, LAUGHS AT THOSE SERVING NATIONAL SERVICE

A pinoy stood up to a Singaporean and told him that it is not the fault of foreigners that Singaporeans cannot find jobs. He did not care that Singaporeans have to serve NS and he laughed off the suggestion that foreigners should serve too.

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MOM LOOPHOLE: FIRMS HIRING FOREIGNERS BEFORE POSTING ON JOBSBANK

When employers have already decided to employ foreigners, they will simply wait out the mandatory 14 days where a job has to be posted on Jobsbank. Once the jobsbank applicaton expires, they will proceed to submit an EP application for their pre-selected "Foreign Talents" to come on board.

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WHY IS CERTIS CISCO OUTSOURCING S'PORE SECURITY TO FOREIGNERS?

With the recent news that our security firm, Certis Cisco will be employing foreign talents from Taiwan, I am appalled and unhappy with it, talking about Certis, they handle many sensitive and confidential assignments that shouldn't be revealed to others, and with the fact that they are employing foreigners, aren't they putting our country's security at sake and our government didn't step up to say anything about it?

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NETIZEN ASK WHY TECHINASIA HIRED FOREIGNER, GETS FLAMED BY STAFF

Though there is nothing wrong with Singaporean companies hiring foreigners, I was curious why such a blog that does not deal with advanced technology requires the skills of foreigners. Hence, I left a comment on that article. A few people chipped in. One of them is someone by the name of Ian Tan, whom is one of their staff working as a Web Engineer. He made personal attacks at me and accused me of trolling.

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