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Yesterday 04:35 PM
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So that will solve your jobless problem ? Are you sure ?
not sure if that would solve the problem but since we've not seen any change in governance since independence why not do something different this time.

things may or may not change, which is still better than doing the same thing and expecting something different.
Yesterday 07:59 AM
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i countless months not even a call for interview

looks like i will join the legion of angry voters on 10 jul
So that will solve your jobless problem ? Are you sure ?
01-07-2020 03:32 PM
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Election season or not, i wouldn't count on an mp to help in job applications. Fact is they don't have any real connections to hr in public or pte sector, unless your mp is josephine teo.

Submitting an mp letter with your application or to expedite checking your outcome can also backfire by painting the wrong image of you as a person.
even if your mp isn't Josephine Teo, there's no harm in sounding out your MP. isn't that what they're there for—to understand the issues on the ground that their constituencies are facing?

what do u mean by no real connection? that's how professional networking works—if you don't have a direct connection with your target you start by reaching out to people in your network that have connections to your target, then you slowly work from there.

rather than just plainly dissing my suggestion, why don't you suggest alternatives or something more constructive? doing something is much better than just giving up or continue waiting passively.
01-07-2020 12:14 PM
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Its 2 months after second interview. They asked for a referee and asked me to fill up some medical form.
i countless months not even a call for interview

looks like i will join the legion of angry voters on 10 jul
01-07-2020 09:54 AM
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2 months after interview can assume rejected liao. If they want to proceed with you, they will call you for second interview or offer within 1-2 weeks
Its 2 months after second interview. They asked for a referee and asked me to fill up some medical form.
01-07-2020 09:49 AM
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Me too, jobless since last year Oct. The only job that interviewed me this year still processing results and I have been waiting for 2 months.
2 months after interview can assume rejected liao. If they want to proceed with you, they will call you for second interview or offer within 1-2 weeks
01-07-2020 09:46 AM
Unregistered Election season or not, i wouldn't count on an mp to help in job applications. Fact is they don't have any real connections to hr in public or pte sector, unless your mp is josephine teo.

Submitting an mp letter with your application or to expedite checking your outcome can also backfire by painting the wrong image of you as a person.
30-06-2020 10:16 PM
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Me too, jobless since last year Oct. The only job that interviewed me this year still processing results and I have been waiting for 2 months.
since you applied to public sector try approaching your MP for help to check? it's election season so things may move/move faster.
30-06-2020 08:35 PM
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i applied to stat board. was offered 8 months later.
Can you share your timeline? & did you accept it or have you found another job by that time
30-06-2020 08:02 PM
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i applied to stat board. was offered 8 months later.
That is insane~
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