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It is not difficult to find a job in Singapore. You can check out classified ads in local newspapers, job websites, hiring agencies, and even rely on word-of-mouth. You will find job vacancies in various fields.

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If you wish to do an internship in Singapore, you must first find a sponsor. Once you have received an internship offer, you can apply for an internship visa.

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Setting up a business in Singapore generally requires a capital of about S$ 50 000. You should also apply for a professional visa or an investor visa.

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Singapore's labor market is quite open to expatriates. The unemployment rate was around 1.8% in september 2013. Note that there is no minimum wage in Singapore. However, the average wage amounts to some S$ 4,433.

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An employment pass is valid for a year, sometimes longer. In cases where the work run-time is pushed forward or extended, you're required to extend your EP too. This used to be quite a tedious process. However, not so long ago, the Ministry of Manpower greatly streamlined the process.

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