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Today 01:00 PM
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Not that I am desperate but I would like to help out fellow busy professionals out of their plights
What is fs senior manager? Sound jin powerful. Are you the CFO in the insurance firm?
Today 12:29 PM
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You just need to know there are work permit holders and mid tiers. They can still afford to choose their staff as of now.

If you know the number of managers that are work permit holders, you will know the leadership won’t care to develop local uni talents. They just need slaves to fatten their paychecks.

This is actually applicable for all big 4. You should ask yourself whether is this direction of big 4 where you would like to be in in the future.
They like to say they care about our well being but refuse to reduce our workload. Double booking is the norm for seniors. 1 engagement already need to OT. How to handle another engagement? No need to rest ah? They think they increase pay very big f**k can ask you to sacrifice your free time for them.
Today 12:19 AM
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Hi fellow busy professionals, are you sick and tired of your audit job, sitting in front of the desk churning numbers and earning meagre income? Do not fret, there is still glimmer of hope as I believe that many of you here are still young and just graduated from universities.

Today, I am here to share with you my career journey over the past 10 years. I used to be an auditor working in one of the big 4 accounting firms. However, after working 1 year in Big 4, I realized that wasn't what I wanted in my career - long working hours and earning little income. I was fortunate to meet one of the Financial Services Director working in one of the largest insurance firm in the world, who offered me a marvellous and lucrative job opportunity as a financial services consultant.

I would like to say that I did not regret taking up the career path as a financial services consultant because I am currently making twice the amount that I would have made if I were to stay in audit for 10 years as an Audit Senior Manager. When I first joined the firm, I was greeted by a team of high achieving professionals. I was delighted that my director and my team provided me with ample guidance and mentoring during the course of my career, which led to where I am today as a Financial Services Senior Manager.

For those busy professionals who wants to make it big in life, the choice is clear. Join my team and we are happy to help
Lol leech. Only dumb people become insurance agents. Managed to up quite a few xmm insurance salesgirls over the years. They're generally not very bright and most are the ah lian type eager to earn quick bucks to buy their bags.

Best was when this chio greenhorn came with her manager to supervise her. Listened to their bulls hit sales pitch for 1 plus hour at Coffee Bean. I convinced her to come alone for the next appointment and managed to up her that night and a few more occasions. Good times.
Yesterday 11:37 PM
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How desperate are you?
Not that I am desperate but I would like to help out fellow busy professionals out of their plights
Yesterday 11:36 PM
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May I apply to join your co? Your hp no please.
Please email [email protected] and send in your resume for application. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified
Yesterday 10:59 PM
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Hi fellow busy professionals, are you sick and tired of your audit job, sitting in front of the desk churning numbers and earning meagre income? Do not fret, there is still glimmer of hope as I believe that many of you here are still young and just graduated from universities.

Today, I am here to share with you my career journey over the past 10 years. I used to be an auditor working in one of the big 4 accounting firms. However, after working 1 year in Big 4, I realized that wasn't what I wanted in my career - long working hours and earning little income. I was fortunate to meet one of the Financial Services Director working in one of the largest insurance firm in the world, who offered me a marvellous and lucrative job opportunity as a financial services consultant.

I would like to say that I did not regret taking up the career path as a financial services consultant because I am currently making twice the amount that I would have made if I were to stay in audit for 10 years as an Audit Senior Manager. When I first joined the firm, I was greeted by a team of high achieving professionals. I was delighted that my director and my team provided me with ample guidance and mentoring during the course of my career, which led to where I am today as a Financial Services Senior Manager.

For those busy professionals who wants to make it big in life, the choice is clear. Join my team and we are happy to help
May I apply to join your co? Your hp no please.
Yesterday 10:56 PM
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Hi fellow busy professionals, are you sick and tired of your audit job, sitting in front of the desk churning numbers and earning meagre income? Do not fret, there is still glimmer of hope as I believe that many of you here are still young and just graduated from universities.

Today, I am here to share with you my career journey over the past 10 years. I used to be an auditor working in one of the big 4 accounting firms. However, after working 1 year in Big 4, I realized that wasn't what I wanted in my career - long working hours and earning little income. I was fortunate to meet one of the Financial Services Director working in one of the largest insurance firm in the world, who offered me a marvellous and lucrative job opportunity as a financial services consultant.

I would like to say that I did not regret taking up the career path as a financial services consultant because I am currently making twice the amount that I would have made if I were to stay in audit for 10 years as an Audit Senior Manager. When I first joined the firm, I was greeted by a team of high achieving professionals. I was delighted that my director and my team provided me with ample guidance and mentoring during the course of my career, which led to where I am today as a Financial Services Senior Manager.

For those busy professionals who wants to make it big in life, the choice is clear. Join my team and we are happy to help
How desperate are you?
Yesterday 10:22 PM
Unregistered Hi fellow busy professionals, are you sick and tired of your audit job, sitting in front of the desk churning numbers and earning meagre income? Do not fret, there is still glimmer of hope as I believe that many of you here are still young and just graduated from universities.

Today, I am here to share with you my career journey over the past 10 years. I used to be an auditor working in one of the big 4 accounting firms. However, after working 1 year in Big 4, I realized that wasn't what I wanted in my career - long working hours and earning little income. I was fortunate to meet one of the Financial Services Director working in one of the largest insurance firm in the world, who offered me a marvellous and lucrative job opportunity as a financial services consultant.

I would like to say that I did not regret taking up the career path as a financial services consultant because I am currently making twice the amount that I would have made if I were to stay in audit for 10 years as an Audit Senior Manager. When I first joined the firm, I was greeted by a team of high achieving professionals. I was delighted that my director and my team provided me with ample guidance and mentoring during the course of my career, which led to where I am today as a Financial Services Senior Manager.

For those busy professionals who wants to make it big in life, the choice is clear. Join my team and we are happy to help
Yesterday 02:01 PM
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They can always hire work permit holders because of the favourable exchange rate. They can also outsource the work to Philippines team. This is the direction they are heading
looks like they are further cutting down on operating costs hahaha omg. u think pinoy's work outputs can be accepted or not? i think at the end of the day our local employees (be it permit holders or singaporean workers) are gonna clean up their a** for their incompetency

time to run whenever u see yellow
Yesterday 01:01 PM
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PWC also have extra after attaining SCAQ?
Doubt so for pwc
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