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Asian professionals go job-hopping

Singaporeans hope to trade up in the job market in the next few months according to a recent poll, while another survey shows that Hong Kong employers rely on social networking sites to vet job applications.
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Let the rat race begin
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Perhaps life is simply too safe for affluent Singaporeans maybe too dull. Several friends and acquaintances take their holidays trekking through jungles and dodging unexploded US bombs in Laos, or risking frost-bite and pulmonary edema in Nepal the bravest or most fool-hardy might even visit an average British town on a normal Saturday night.

Increasingly, too, they can’t keep still in their working lives. They are prepared to take risks, and the motivation could well be ambition.

More than 61% of professionals in Singapore are hoping to move jobs within the next three months, according to a recent global poll conducted by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters....

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