In this episode of our podcast, we discuss whether private university graduates face an unfair disadvantage when it comes to finding a job in Singapore. This show was inspired by local blogger Jeraldine Phneah’s article about private graduates facing disadvantages at the workplace.
Upon doing more research, we found statistics from the Ministry of Trade & Industry showing that private university graduates indeed earned close to 28% less than their local university graduate peers.
We talk about Singaporeans’ fascination with paper chasing, circumstances that lead to people choosing private VS local university education, their actual talent levels, potential biasness of hiring managers locally, and many other tough discussions.
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DollarsAndSense’s Inaugural Event On 11 May 2019 (Tickets Now On Sale)
There are many ways to invest. Buy and hold the right growth stocks; invest in stable companies with strong cashflow and earn dividend income; or you can actively trade and make money off volatility in the financial markets. With so many options available, how do new investors get started on their investment journey?
This is the theme of DollarsAndSense’s very first event, In the Footsteps of Masters: Going Beyond #myfirsttrade, organised together with our friends at InvestingNote. This event brings together some of Singapore’s most prominent investors and traders, as they share actionable insights and advice.
Enjoy early bird prices ($18 per ticket, or $28 for two tickets) until 21 April 2019. Seats are limited, so act fast to avoid disappointment.
Head over to register today! We look forward to seeing you there!