And here are minefields Singaporeans must learn to navigate at work.
The NUS Singapore Residential Price Index (SRPI) for the month of February saw a marginal 0.4% increase in prices of resale private condos from the month of January. This is the second consecutive month of increase after January’s revised 0.2% month-on-month (m-o-m) upward tick. Read more here.
Buying property is a long term investment. When you’re thinking of diving into real estate investment, it’s better gather as much information on it as possible. Just like in any part of the world, having a private property is a good decision as there are many benefits. For instance, the property cycle in Singapore over the last years indicates that there is a steady rise in real estate’s value. This could bring in a nice profit after a few years of acquisition. Find out more here.
When you’re still at the office at 8pm and you spot colleagues surfing the internet waiting for the boss to leave, you know you’re in Singapore. Work isn’t easy anywhere, but working in Singapore has its own quirks and minefields you’ll have to learn to navigate to emerge victorious and, um, still employed. If you think the only thing you have to do is work hard, you’re sorely mistaken. Here are three things you need to learn to survive your job in Singapore. Read more here.
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