Working from the comfort of your own home may sound like a dream come true. However, just like any other working conditions, it has its disadvantages. Be completely honest with yourself and consider these disadvantages before you take the leap! INCREASE IN UTILITY COSTS One of the inescapable costs that come with working at home is utility. And if you are inside your home 24/7, it can cause the bills to shoot up! This is why you should make it
** PRESS RELEASE ** While banking and finance professionals are still struggling with a decline in demand, Singapore and the Philippines are likely to see some pick-up in 2016. 22nd DECEMBER 2015 – According to the latest Monster Employment Index (MEI), Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines experienced a drop in demand for banking professionals amid the volatile economic conditions in November. Across the three markets surveyed by the Index, the Philippines reported the least year-over-year decline at -3%, down from October’s
They may no longer be breathing in this world but they probably earn more in one year than most of us will in our entire lives! These numbers, accumulated by Forbes, show the top earning dead celebrities in 2015… 7. JOHN LENNON Yoko Ono’s soulmate that is better known as the singer-songwriter of the Beatles – John Lennon takes the 7th spot. With a whopping total of US$12 million (S$16.9 million) in 2015, this iconic musician continues to share the
As a budding entrepreneur, your new business is tied with cash. With hundreds of things on your plate, you are either looking for more ways to boost your profits or more ways to save money. Look no further as this list will explore smart ways where your small business can save money in its early phases… 1. SAY “YES” TO FREE AND CHEAP ADVERTISING You do not need the fanciest commercials or the flashiest banners to bring in more customers.
Regardless of the 5.6% increase in the wages of the accommodation and food services sector in 2013, Singaporeans are still keeping away from the jobs it offers. In fact, job vacancies in this sector elevated from 5,010 in 2011 to 7,740 in 2014. Majority of these vacancies carried the positions of waiters, followed by food service counter assistants and cooks. Employers even added that these positions were hard to fill with locals. To be fair, this is influenced by the