If you’re thinking of working in Singapore after graduation, you’re heading in the right direction.
Singapore welcomes global talent in a wide range of growth industries, including biomedical sciences, R&D, healthcare, infocomm technology, and financial services.
Singapore has a highly developed, knowledge-based economy focusing on export as well as refining imported goods. The fact that Singapore holds majority of the global market for oil refinery and equipment is little known.
Multinational companies play an important role in Singapore´s economy. Siemens’s production of hearing aids, for example, which satisfies 30% of global demand, is mainly done by employees working in Singapore.
Healthcare is one of Singapore´s major sectors. Hundreds of thousands of “medical tourists” are treated by doctors and nurses working in Singapore every year. Conventional tourism also plays an important role, creating plenty of jobs for both skilled and unskilled employees working in Singapore.
The country is often described as the world´s logistic hub. It provides a stable base for international companies that want to expand into the Asian market – both cause and effect of the high numbers of foreigners in Singapore.
You can view the latest career opportunities and jobs available in Singapore on Careers.Global below.