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Cost of Living in Singapore 2014 Prediction

In the past year, I have tracked my living cost for the whole year. Today is the 1st day in 2014. It’s time to summarize the performance of last year and predict the cost of living in 2014. In 2013, I have get S$515.02 dividend income from SSE Composite Index (Stock market in Shanghai, China). The number in 2012 is
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Cost of Living in Singapore 2013 August

I just feel the life is sucks without money. I have to find some ways to make more money to afford highly life cost. As the Singapore government announced, the CPI in August rose 2.0% from a year earlier. The core inflation, which indicates the cost index of food, clothes and transportation, rose 1.8%, even higher than the median estimate
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Choose The Right Company for Your Life

If you can, choose the big company. Don’t trust those people who say you can learn a lot in small company. That is true, but learn a lot means you will do a lot in several domain. In the end, you will know everything, but you are not good at anything. Here is a good example. One software engineer is
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Language Teacher Jobs in Philippines Manila

Looking for a job can be very challenging in the Philippines. In fact, majority of its graduates end up unemployed due to lack of opportunities. And because getting a job can be very competitive, only those who never tires to apply obtain a regular work. There are lots of ways to find a full time job in the Philippines. The
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Cost of Living in Singapore 2012 October

Because of the poor performance of my company, my salary has been still for 16 months. The worse case is the cost of living in Singapore keeps rising. CPI, Consumer Price Index, in Singapore October 2012 increased by 4.4% versus 2011. The cost in October is also quit high. Because I bought the air ticket for Shanghai in December 12,
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Chinese Bus Drivers Strike in Singapore November 2012

The hottest news in last week is the 171 Chinese bus drivers strike from SMRT on last Monday. Their purpose is very simple. They just want to get the same salary and bonus as other foreign bus drivers. As they said, they didn’t expect to get the same remuneration as Singaporean drivers, but all foreign drivers should earn the same
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