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Management Associate

Job Description: Marsh’s Graduate Associate program is a 2-year accelerated rotational program open to a select group of highly-motivated recent University graduates. We offer...

Company: Marsh
Location: Singapore

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General Worker

Job Description: General Worker For further details of the vacancy, please click here. Interested applicants, please submit an application via our portal latest by Tuesday,...

Company: UWC Southe Ease Asia
Location: Singapore

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Community Manager

Job Description: LET'S HELP PEOPLE WORK, EVERYWHERE. Regus provides places to work for everyone, worldwide. We have built an unparalleled network of office, co-working and...

Company: Regus
Location: Singapore

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Content Strategist

Job Description: About The Role We are looking for an experienced Content Strategist to create compelling content for Grab’s in-app and website user interfaces in English....

Company: Grab Taxi
Location: Singapore

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Application Support Analyst

Job Description: Job Role Responsibilities. Be an applications support analyst and play a role in enabling our business footprint globally to address worldwide energy needs....

Company: ExxonMobil
Location: Singapore

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If you are switching jobs: "I'm leaving the business" is a phrase that will require lots of courage. When pronounced at the incorrect time or in the wrong manner, it can have a very negative effect on your profession. You may get a job give with another company where the pay out is higher, but you are still uncertain if that ongoing work place will be better then the current one. After all, it isn't all about the money. What if you later on change your brain? After all, this is not a straightforward decision. Of course your boss can absolve you and hire you back, nonetheless it is not guaranteed.