Foreigners hired for reasons other than cost
Employers say non-Singaporeans were more willing to take up jobs which local employees would not and had fewer demands at work.
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More than 1000 sign up for career seminars
The high level of interest in skills-upgrading is despite Singapore's low unemployment rate of two per cent.
Creative job ads
Job recruiters are turning to new ways to attract talent as companies try to outdo each other to become more attractive employers. Check out these creative job ads which will amaze you. -AsiaOne
Network online to land dream job
People are still not capitalising on social media enough to build up their professional net worth. -myp
Employers spend less than 10 minutes reading applicants' resumes
It may seem quick, but it's plenty of time to have an impact.
Creative and amusing interview questions which will make you think
Going for a job interview? You may just get one of these creative interview questions that will get you thinking on your feet. -AsiaOne
25 weirdest job interview questions of 2011
Take a look at the wackiest questions asked by companies.
The most overused professional buzzwords of 2011
Banish buzzwords from your profile if you want to stand out. -AsiaOne
Job-hunting students primp for success
Makeup classes, professional photos now part of the job hunt.
Fewer employers plan to raise hiring: Hudson poll
Only the manufacturing and industrial sector are actively recruiting. -Business Times
How birth order and the zodiac can affect your job
You just might have been born to do your job.
Looking for a new job?
Newspapers still hot for job search as social media tries to catch up.
Can tweeting land you a job?
It's useful to know how to market yourself online to boost your professional reputation and enhance your career prospects.
Focus on your career, not job
Career experts suggest job-seekers develop functional competency and communication skills.
Reppler helps Facebook users look good online
It is increasingly common for job recruiters or hiring managers to check Facebook profiles of candidates.
Tricky questions top employers ask
The questions were selected from 80,000 interview questions. -The Korea Herald/ANN
Young girl, big dreams
A year and five months after she graduated from university, she has already gone through four jobs. -China Daily/ANN
Chinese beauties walk the runway to apply for a job
Unique headhunting tactic used by CEOs in Western China.
8 questions not to ask at a job interview
It may seem an obvious boo-boo, but there have been people who asked questions like "how long is lunch break?" during an interview.