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How to Obtain a Work Visa for Singapore

If you are interested in moving to Singapore and working there, you are going to have to obtain a work permit first. The most important thing that you must remember is that you must secure a job first before applying for a work permit. You cannot simply go to Singapore, get a work visa and then look for a job. You need to have a job lined up in order to apply for a working permit, simply because the type of work permit you can apply for depends on the type of job you are going to have and the salary that you are going to be earning.

So if you are interested in working in Singapore, here are some basic things that you need to understand before applying for a work visa.

Basic requirements

The reason that you need to look for jobs in Singapore and find one before you actually apply for a ...

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Tips on Buying Domain Names in Singapore

When setting up a website and buying a domain name, many people do not take their time and buy the first available site. This may be a mistake. Domain names can be a very important part of the website. When starting the domain registration process, the first thing the buyer should look at is recognition. That is, if the site is about pants for tall people, ideally the name of the domain would contain those words. This is important as a site grows, and is thought to factor into search engine algorithms.

It should be remembered that most people instinctively remember .com, so if a website gets a lot of traffic this may be a serious consideration. But it is not always easy to find one available, or practical.

Any serious business would also buy domain names that are a variation of the origina...

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How to Write a Winning IELTS Essay

Writing a great essay is like making a beautiful piece of art. Not only does an essay need to read clearly but also have depth and substance. This article introduces simple and effective methods that will transform your writing into a piece of art.

The purpose of the IELTS writing section is to examine your ability to put forward strong arguments. You are given a full sixty minute to complete two writing tasks. The first will either be writing a letter or reporting on a graph depending on whether you are taking the General or Academic IELTS. For Task one you need to write at least 150 words and Task two demands at least 250 words, therefore you should try and split your time, 20 minutes for Task one and 40 minutes for Task two.

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