- published: 21 Sep 2015
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Entering the work force can be a daunting task, especially for a fresh grad who has no real roadmap on how to manage their newfound financial "freedom". The 4 Money Hacks in this video will not only help you plan your finances, but will also prepare you for the long term. You can also find us on our Blog and Facebook: Blog - https://blog.moneysmart.sg/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/moneysmartsg/
Hi guys, hope this video helps you through the struggles of finding a job in SG! It is not easy but always have hope and believe in yourself :) NEW VIDEO ON WORKING IN FOREIGN BANK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o00RTslW6E0 xoxo
Singapore Management University (SMU) is a premier government-funded institution offering degrees at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Located in central Singapore, SMU is conveniently accessed via Bras Basah MRT (Circle Line) which is at its doorstep and is just a stone throw's away from Dhoby Ghaut MRT (North-South/North-East Lines) and City Hall MRT (North-South/East-West Lines). At undergraduate level, SMU follows an American university system and offers degrees in Accountancy, Business, Economics, Information Systems, Law and Social Science. Students work hard and play harder to excel both in academic life and their interests/activities for an enriching university experience. This unoffical video shows a short glimpse of how students' life in SMU is like and also, hi...
The Chinese Language Elective Programme (CLEP) is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year! Since its inception in 1990, the CLEP has nurtured and groomed many outstanding bilingual graduates serving in various sectors of society today. CLEP graduates can be found in many fields of work, for example, education, media, public service, public relations, law, finance, health, science, engineering, arts, academic and research, to name a few. Proficiency in the Chinese Language and culture provides a competitive edge at the workplace, helps to forge a strong cultural identity and enables them to interact more easily with friends from different parts of the world. Check out this video to find out more about what our CLEP graduates are doing! ====================================== Connect wi...
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SINGAPORE: Polytechnic graduates are starting out in the job market with higher salaries, according to a joint survey conducted by the five polytechnics in 2012. Fresh graduates in full-time permanent employment earn S$1,950 in median gross monthly salary, compared with S$1,850 in 2011. Those who joined the workforce after they had completed National Service draw a median gross monthly salary of S$2,253, compared with S$2,100 in 2011. The Graduate Employment Survey, which polled about 10,000 fresh graduates, attributed the higher starting salaries to the strong value of a polytechnic education. It also said it showed that employers continue to appreciate skilled polytechnic graduates. The survey also found that the employment rate for fresh polytechnic graduates remained high -- at 91...
You’ve just graduated. You shed a tear or two during the valedictorian’s speech. You cleared out your dorm room. And you said goodbye to your favorite hangout spot in the quad. Now it’s time to go out and conquer the world. Read the story at : http://www.toeic.com.sg/fresh-grads-how-to-plan-your-career-path/
A blog entry condemning Singapore grads as stupid, poorly educated buffoons has gotten STOMPer SGradNProudofit all riled up. The blogger believes in her superiority because, amongst other things, she comes from an Ivy League school. Check out what netizens are saying and decide which side you're on.
Fresh graduates Jeremy Ko and Chen Yan Heng are on their way to netting more than half a million in revenue with their company, Javy Group Pte Ltd, which supplies sports consumables and equipment to clients in Singapore. They share their experience in this HEY! video.
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New research from Monster.com uncovers the expectations and challenges for fresh graduates embarking on their first job search, as well as what employers are looking for from young talent across Southeast Asia. View the research report here: http://bit.ly/2w6q7u1