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Tms moving services Enquiry:97101153 -reasonable rates -professional services MAY 9,
Posted By: daniel220682
Date: Mon, 18 May 2020
Price: Best Offer
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^ its not the salary that is the problem.And I am not a member of any welfare societies with no history of volunteering ( Does this even work or do you get negative marks for trying too hard :D as apparently Indians do try to ' game ' the system )
Hence it's probably the job profile :-k
The regulars here will probably have a better answer.
Posted in General Discussions
Here are my details.
Family: Married with daugter
Education: Bachelor of Science india , Executive Programme NUS
Current Job: Director ( Permanent Job) Banking
Annual Salary: Around 240k plus bonus 200k
In SG since Feb 2013 ( All permanent jobs have grown in Singapore in last nine years )
Active member in two societies in Singapore for education and social welfare for last 2 year
Applied : 6 times all rejected , 1 appeal rejected .
Motivation : Dont give up and keep applying as i feel you will not get untill you apply . I love the place and want to start up my own once i get PR .
Looking for some inputs to assess my chances of getting an approval.
Applied last month
We probably can’t hang onto the past definition of “long lasting” any more and have to adjust and manage our expectations that the appliances will have a shorter life expectancy. Sad but it is the way it is… unless some company becomes a game changer.
Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore