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Hi Ranchers,

Any body from singapore...please reply....
What is the best time(in a calendar year) to enter in singapore for job search?
Experience : 3+ years

Thank you in advance.
 
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Ramna,

There is nothing like job season. It all depends on need.

Now a days credit suisse, and barclays are recruiting ppl in Singapore.

Thanks ,
Shailesh
 
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Now a days credit suisse, and barclays are recruiting ppl in Singapore.
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Can You mention the ids to which resume can be sent?
 
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Originally posted by Shailesh Chandra:

There is nothing like job season. It all depends on need.
Now a days credit suisse, and barclays are recruiting ppl in Singapore.



Hi Shailesh,

Could you please throw some light regarding this.I would like to know more about as how can one from India look for jobs (specifically experienced java programmers) in singapore.
If you have recruiters contact then please let me know.
 
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Nowadays there are lots of openings in Singapore IT industry, specially in Finance domain.
Credit suisse, citibank - two confirmed in my knowledge.
Its up to such an extent, i read a news on net that living (accommodation) cost has gone substantially up.
this is the best time i think to move there in finance domain.

PS : i don't know any mail-ids, please don't send me any mail, rather google it !
cheers !!!
 
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Right now yes many banks are in hiring mood like Barcleys, Merill Lynch, Citibank etc beside many electronic companies like Motorola etc. Not sure about Credit-Suisse, as I have heard from friends that they have opened a development center in Pune with Wipro and most of the projects are shifting there.

Anyway if you are single or/and ready to share acco with other friends then salary anything >SG $4200 will be fine. But if you like to stay in independent apartment and have a modest/comfortable living then it should be >SG $5000. Rent is increasing in leaps and bound in Singapore, so be ready to shell out SG $1200 for any modest apartment. For searching job, I normally look into sg.jobstreet.com, jobsdb.com and our good old tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/ezlink/messages .
If you get job through some vendor then bargain hard and don�t forget to include medical insurance in your CTC.
If you wish to come here and search for job, govt have some kind of visa by which you can stay here and search job for 1 year.

Hope this will help you.
 
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Hi guys,
Can someone throw light on living expenses other than rent ??
A lot of people are thinking about Singapore these days.

Thanks,
Shirish
 
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Hi guys,
Can someone throw light on living expenses other than rent ??
A lot of people are thinking about Singapore these days.

Thanks,
Shirish
 
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