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tareh
post Feb 19 2020, 11:12 AM

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QUOTE(iamfromipoh @ Feb 17 2020, 03:10 AM)
Australia 2 years
Hongkong 6 years
China 1 year
Indonesia 1year
Now in Yangon
Spm only
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yangon nice ah? drillz pleasee
Liamness
post Feb 19 2020, 11:14 AM

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australia - 6 years
dubai - 2 years
singapore/malaysia - 5 years.

can be done..
doppatroll
post Feb 19 2020, 11:18 AM

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QUOTE(JoeK @ Sep 30 2019, 08:09 PM)
Stationed few months consider or not?

Get job in MNC company in Malaysia, then find lobang go work overseas.

Many in my company like that
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Seen my friend do that too....
Go to US ...rub some angmoh balls, they syok, they recommend you to their management for you to come over their country to do work.....

but first you must get degree here and masuk MNC.... diploma and years experience wont count for them biggrin.gif
Gim Tan
post Feb 20 2020, 10:30 AM

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QUOTE(langstrasse @ Feb 17 2020, 06:00 AM)
Share industry please
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Real Estate / Property Development.
Trained as an Architect.
Now is Property Development, specialising in High Rise. Residential & Commercial and Shopping Malls.
glozz
post Feb 21 2020, 09:42 PM

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Work in IT. Started off in Malaysia. Now with EU PR hoping to get German PR soon.
Moved in 2013 to Prague, Czech Republic
Moved in 2019 to Bavaria, Germany (lubang through ownself apply jobs, easily sent out 800++ applications)

My personal experience, salary discrimination is a real issue here especially for Asians. But no complaints, been real happy with our move to Germany, hopefully will be our last one for a long while.

This post has been edited by glozz: Feb 21 2020, 09:48 PM
TSseiferalmercy
post Feb 21 2020, 10:00 PM

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QUOTE(glozz @ Feb 21 2020, 09:42 PM)
Work in IT. Started off in Malaysia. Now with EU PR hoping to get German PR soon.
Moved in 2013 to Prague, Czech Republic
Moved in 2019 to Bavaria, Germany (lubang through ownself apply jobs, easily sent out 800++ applications)

My personal experience, salary discrimination is a real issue here especially for Asians. But no complaints, been real happy with our move to Germany, hopefully will be our last one for a long while.
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Is proficientcy in German essential?
glozz
post Feb 24 2020, 04:06 PM

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QUOTE(seiferalmercy @ Feb 21 2020, 10:00 PM)
Is proficientcy in German essential?
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Difficult to answer; in short - it depends. Yes, it's important and "vital" (also for daily living); but it's not the ONLY factor of candidate choice as I have heard stories of my asian colleague being discriminated even with German language proficiency. So, it's not a guarantee, but best to have it especially if you don't have any other "advantages" to stand out among other candidates. For example my case, in the end; I had less than 5 2nd round interviews, but my disadvantages are (1) I wanted market salary and (2) I don't speak German. My main advantages are my CV, but also the fact that I was already in "Europe".

It really depends on the company (and the culture) that you're applying to. Best to stick to MNCs, but even then; the salary divide is real. I can name a couple of MNC companies that were only willing to pay what my previous salary was; which is absurd since I would have to move across Europe (and I could have just moved to Germany with my previous company if i wanted a 20% increase in $$$).

This post has been edited by glozz: Feb 24 2020, 04:10 PM

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