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  • Ishtihos's Avatar
    7 posts since Sep '16
  • Sargebaba's Avatar
    11 posts since Sep '16
    • I'm surprise that it's difficult to get a job at 35 if one has the right attitude and the skill for the job. 

      My experience with local job applicants is that majority, irregardless of age tend to have poor work-attitude and irrational expectations. 

  • gekpohboy's Avatar
    1,112 posts since Mar '16
    • It's not don't have. There are plenty of opportunities. It's just whether you want only.

      The pay may be low, but at least it's something, right? :)

      Recession is coming. If can find job, you are already very lucky. So, appreciate what you have. Good luck.

  • YJYen's Avatar
    11 posts since Sep '16
  • Sargebaba's Avatar
    11 posts since Sep '16
    • Originally posted by YJYen:

      bcos many young foreigners grab away already... 

      Coming out with this cliche is really lame lah.

  • Queen of sgForums
    驚世駭俗醜不啦嘰 moderatress
    FireIce's Avatar
    261,148 posts since Dec '99
  • sowmi's Avatar
    5 posts since Sep '16
    • any solutions?

      how about we post what is our interest and skill which can create value for people ?

      Maybe we can make friends, gathers, partners and creates a business which can create value for people and society.

       

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      Start with me first,

      My skill is i can build good website, web application, web marketing and offline marketing

      Edited by sowmi 21 Sep `16, 12:18PM
  • The Code's Avatar
    450 posts since Jul '14
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    4 posts since Oct '16
  • Hi5punggol's Avatar
    10 posts since Dec '16
  • Evee's Avatar
    9 posts since Dec '16
    • Can consider to be a Uber driver, i chat with quite a number of Uber driver.  They used to have a decent job but they choose to be a Uber driver because of the flexibility

  • Joelle_Ng's Avatar
    2 posts since Dec '16
    • If need something temp to tide over, my company is hiring temp stackers or promoters at supermarkets. Got various locations, so can choose something more convenient for you. $60 for 8 hours (includes 1 hr break so technically only 7 hrs work but get paid for 8). Chiong for 10 or 14 days (Jan 2017, just before CNY) and you get $600-$840. Can sms for more info 82001613. 

  • foolsh_2000's Avatar
    1,992 posts since Nov '11
    • Originally posted by Sargebaba:

      Coming out with this cliche is really lame lah.

      It's true unless u don't know the logic. N economics.

    • Originally posted by Evee:

      Can consider to be a Uber driver, i chat with quite a number of Uber driver.  They used to have a decent job but they choose to be a Uber driver because of the flexibility

      Uber is not a proper job unless u r a foreigner, earn enough can go home

  • Shawntan 1978's Avatar
    12 posts since Dec '16
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    2 posts since Jan '17
  • Queen of sgForums
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    FireIce's Avatar
    261,148 posts since Dec '99
    • Originally posted by Shawntan 1978:

      I know someone driving uber + grab. Making ard 4k a month lolicon_lol.gif

      but how many hours of work?

  • Boxmen12353's Avatar
    8 posts since Jan '15
  • Hospitality Services's Avatar
    8 posts since Jan '17
    • Mismatched expectations, lower one's expectations and you will see more doors open.

      Go for re-training and be open to mid career switch.

       

  • Leejunmingcareer's Avatar
    7 posts since Feb '17
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