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Friday, January 20, 2012

Gong Xi Fa Cai

It's going to be a long weekend for all of us! Have fun, but don't overdo it.

Not that we're discouraging you to spend the holiday with as much fun as your pockets could afford, but if you're a jobseeker, don't compromise on applying to very good job ads posted during that day. If you fit the requirements of that accounting job or engineer job, for instance, then at least alot an hour for your career activities. You never know.

On the contrary, very busy executives are encouraged to make the most out of the holiday to unwind and resucitate their work life balances. As much as possible, stay away from your work mailbox or your phone if it rings to deliver work stresses most of the time.

But all in all, may the Dragon Year bring you prosperity. Job hunting? Believe that you'll land your dream Singapore job within this year! Seeking career advancement? Believe that you'll get promoted to a manager job this year! It's all about positive thinking.

Monday, January 9, 2012

It's a new year!

The new year, most definitely, calls for a new job search strategy from you. Are you having troubles with your job search--no new interview invites or cannot locate good job prospects? Whatever is your problem, due to the fact that you're extremely bothered in your pursuit for a job even though the job market has been accommodating all this time, you really have to reconsider your options. What are you doing wrong anyway?

The most obvious sign: a disproportioned ratio of job applications sent and interview invites received. So to speak, if you've already sent your resume many times, but to little avail, it's now time to change strategies. Perhaps, be more specific in your job applications, never mind that this will slow you down in terms of action?

This 2012, be precise, be specific. Pick wisely the job ads you'll respond to. If you don't fit the requirements, just ignore. There will always be other job ads to consider, given that Singapore's job market is booming.

Singapore is always abundant with accounting jobs and you may look for prospects at Same goes for those who are looking for administration jobs, banking jobs, education jobs and engineer jobs.