Want a Job in Singapore? Job Fairs in Boston and New York Now Scheduled

The secret of "The Lion City" is slowly but surely becoming the cat that's out of the bag. As one of the fastest-growing, most cosmopolitan, safest, and best places to live and work, Singapore is a safe haven for Americans. Not only is it very easy to immigrate there (especially on a two-year work pass, which can be extended hassle-free), but jobs are in abundance thanks to a government that's forward-thinking and open-armed.

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Of course, standards are high (Singapore is definitely not a "hardship outpost") -- but if you think you've got what it takes and you're looking for a big change, you should attend one of the upcoming job fairs put on by Contact Singapore (a government agency whose primary function is to draw global talent to work, invest, and live in Singapore).

For their upcoming meet-'n-greet events in Boston and New York, the focus is on the financial sector. Contact Singapore is partnered up with Deutsche Bank, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), and Standard Chartered Bank.

I went onto the website and found the featured companies that are hiring, as well as actual positions listed. There are jobs for corporate tax advisers, transactions managers, accountants, industry developers, and many more. This looks to be a great way to check out the island country without having to get your feet wet.


Date: Oct. 13, 2010

Time: 6:30PM to 9PM

Venue: To be announced

New York

Date: Oct. 15, 2010

Time: 6:30PM to 9PM

Venue: To be announced

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Staci Wilson

Staci Wilson


Staci Layne Wilson is a freelancer in the entertainment and fashion field. She blogs about the celebrities she interviews at I Dress, Therefore I Blog and tweets about her coffee breaks at Twitter / StaciWilson.

What's more, she had her first article published in a national magazine when she was 12, and has been writing professionally ever since.

She's had seven novels published, as well as three non-fiction books. Staci writes regularly for L'Ecran Fantastique Magazine, is an Editor-At-Large for Buzzine Magazine, and has several online outlets for her movie reviews and celebrity interviews. She is an on-camera reporter for TV-Wire and the SyFy Channel. Her website is (appropriately enough) StaciLayneWilson.com.

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