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Today is 2011, it's been 3 years since I wrote this blog to help my fellow Filipinos. Beyond that, I don't have any intention why I started this blog. In those 3 years, there are lots of changes in Singapore with regards to foreign employment. While below suggestions will still work, it's still up to the government thru their agency, Ministy of Manpower, to approve the job applications by foreign candidates. As you all know, they are currently limiting the influx of foreign workers in the country. This will benefit their local citizens, though not a good news for foreign talents. Effective this July 2011, there are 2 new policies that will take effect, and will have huge impact on hiring foreign talents. Plus the strict immigration policy of the Philippines and Singapore.

There are various policies implemented by the Singapore government with regards to hiring foreign workers. This will directly affect us, leaving us small chance or no chance at all to land a job.

Please follow this guide with a great risk in mind. There are no guarantee for a job when you reach Singapore. Think several times before you decide and pursue your career here. Passing the immigration officer in the Philippines might be difficult, but finding a job here in Singapore is even more difficult.
This blog is a guide only, and doesn't assure you of any jobs. In the end, you're the one who will take the risk and decide what's best for you. If you have a great opportunity in the Philippines or in other country, better grab that opportunity than Singapore. Most of Filipinos coming here to look for a job are going home mostly unsuccessful. Be sure to accept that risk when you decide to come here and look for a job.

Singapore is one of the best destination for Filipinos seeking greener pastures. Top reason for working here is the higher salary compared in our country. It is located 3 hours away from the Philippines and air fare is ranging only from Php 3000 to Php 7000. Climate here is same as in our country so you don’t need to adjust.

How much can you earn here? If you are a degree holder of any course, you are entitled to earn a monthly income of SG$2000(exchange rate of SG$1=Php33.5) minimum. Salary has no limit and you can earn up to several thousands depending on your expertise and position. They have the branch of government called ‘Ministry of Manpower’ who sees to it that you are well compensated otherwise, they will not allow you to be employed. Salary also can vary depending on the company that will hire you and the degree that you have. Mostly IT personnel have the advantage of having the highest salary in all the fields. With this salary, for sure you can go back home every month.

How to go to Singapore? As mentioned earlier, air fare is ranging only from Php 3000 to Php 7000. Since Singapore is an ASEAN member country, you don’t need a visa. Passport and a plane ticket are that two things that you must have. There are 2 options that I will discuss on how to go to Singapore fast. First is by using a tourist pass. Once you are here, the immigration personnel will grant you 14 to 30 days pass to stay. In most cases, they will grant you 30 days. After that, you can ask for an extension for another 30 days for a total of almost 2 months. You can use that to look and apply for a job. Another option is by applying for a long term social visit pas or the EPEC. If you have this pass, you are allowed to stay in Singapore for a year to look and apply for a job. Applying for EPEC is online and free. However, there are only few accredited schools in the Philippines. Try this link to apply for an EPEC online CLICK HERE or visit the MOM website www.mom.gov.sg.

"Due to recent restrictions made by Philippine Immigration, all outgoing tourists are required to show invitation letter before they can go to Singapore. This is a big issue, and you must understand how to do the work around. First and foremost, if you have friends or relatives here in Singapore, ask for the invitation letter. It must be authenticated and stamped by our Philippine Embassy here in Singapore. And you have to pay $42 for it. With this letter, 100% the immigration won't question you. However, for those who don't have anyone who can give the letter, this is a big issue. It doesn't mean that if you don't have the letter, you can't come here to Singapore. You still have the chance I believe if you will follow my suggestion below.

Book a 2 way ticket with an interval of 3 to 5 days only. Why? Because the immigration will question you if you have more than a week of interval in your ticket. Take note also that in most cases, return tickets are never used. You won't know when are you coming back plus you have to rebook your flight if you want to extend your 30 days visit pass here. Bear in mind that you will go out as tourist, so you have pretend yourself to be a tourist. Don't ever show them your EPEC or In Principle Agreement if you have. They won't honor it, because the Singapore government issued it to you. I never guarantee any success rate on this scenario, but at least I give you a hint on how to do it. I am positive it will work..:-) Just keep your fingers crossed...."

How to apply jobs? Here in Singapore, jobs are posted 95% online. T"here are various web sites that you can check for available jobs. CLICK HERE to view available jobs. You may try visiting those sites and check if you're in demand here. All you need is a resume with attached photo. Although application is done online, you need to be here before you start emailing them or it will be wasted. They will entertain applicant who are in Singapore only.

How to work in Singapore? Unlike other countries, you are not binded by contract once you are working. You will receive same privileges and benefits as the local personnel. Probationary period is ranging from 3 months up to 6 months before you become a regular employee. There are different work passes that you can have depending on the salary. S Pass is given for workers with salary of SG$2000 up to SG$2999 while E Pass is given for workers with salary of SG$3000 upward.

Where to stay? How much is the cost of living? Etc…. I know you still have lots of questions. If you’re interested, proceed to part 2.

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  1. Anonymous  

    January 7, 2008 at 6:44 AM

    musta ka naman dyan kabayan? magandang balita ito para sa ating mga kababayan.

  2. Anonymous  

    January 7, 2008 at 4:19 PM

    thanks for sharing the info!

  3. Anonymous  

    January 9, 2008 at 4:11 AM

    Hello, if I had to travel using a tourist visa. then find a job there... you think my SD 1,00O would last for a month? Tapos do I need to spend pa ba in securing a working visa once meron na akong employer?

  4. author  

    January 9, 2008 at 4:49 AM

    hi..watch out for the third part. i will discuss that. pati na yung situation kung matutuloy kayo dito. keep on visiting my blog...maybe this week!

  5. Anonymous  

    January 9, 2008 at 7:49 PM

    thanks for sharing this blog... I am planning to go to Singapore this March to look for a job there... I already have my EPEC... hope you can share more on tips on how to look for jobs there... thanks

  6. Anonymous  

    January 11, 2008 at 1:54 PM

    thankz 4d info...just want to ask if may chance to work ang undergrad computer courses sa singapore....thanx!!

  7. myonee  

    January 11, 2008 at 7:04 PM

    I'm a nurse, agencies here in the Phils offer about SD$1,400 a month plus SD$300 monthly housing and food allowance, you think that suffices? or should i be demanding more? =)
    thanks for this info anyway. God bless you.


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  9. Author  

    January 12, 2008 at 2:41 AM

    if you are an undergrad, medyo mahihirapan ka maghanap ng trabaho dito. makakita ka man, mababa na ang sweldo na ma offer sayo unless you are very good at your job.

  10. Author  

    January 12, 2008 at 2:44 AM

    to the nurse; as i've said, degree holder here has a minimum salary of $1800. since you are with an agency, syempre may commission sila. if you dont want to waste time looking for job, grab the opportunity and while you are here, saka ka na lumipat sa ibang company na gusto mo at mag demand ng mas malaking salary.

  11. Author  

    January 12, 2008 at 2:55 AM

    pinoy blogger, thanks for adding my site on your sites. i will send you mail as soon as i added your site on my links.

  12. Anonymous  

    January 14, 2008 at 3:48 PM

    hello. once your epec is approved. you have the reference# and the certificate paper. how do you use it once there. do you have to go to mom office to "activate" it when nearing 30 days?

  13. chille  

    January 14, 2008 at 11:21 PM

    Hi... just read your ideas. very useful... may i ask regarding the EPEC requirements? I graduated from a school not listed under the accredited schools. I am a CPA and have already rendered 3 years in my field. Is there any possibility that I can be accepted for any entry-level jobs related to my profession in Singapore? Would my school pose any harm in applying for EPEC?

  14. Author  

    January 15, 2008 at 12:14 AM

    hi...if you enter here with EPEC, you must go to ICA(Immigration) before your 30 days expires. they will then give you another 2 months to provide a medical certificate. i advice you to consume the 2 months period before providing a certificate. you may find a work by then. be sure about your work because your EPEC status will be revoked upon having the work pass.

  15. Author  

    January 15, 2008 at 12:16 AM

    hi chille...i also came here without having an EPEC. actually i was rejected twice, my school is not on the list. lakasan lang ng loob, i came here and luckily i found a job after a week. school is not an issue as long as you have a nice work experience.

  16. little mac  

    January 15, 2008 at 12:47 AM

    do you have to possess the physical epec certificate when going to ICA. i only have the reference number. it was approved last november 07 but until now i haven't received the mail even though my address is accurate. i already sent an email to MOM asking for the status of the epec certificate delivery but i haven't received any response after 5 days. tough luck. this is the 2nd type of delay. the 1st one is the diploma english translation which caused me to wait for weeks and apply twice before being accepted. thanks.

  17. Author  

    January 15, 2008 at 12:57 AM

    little mac....the EPEC number is very important. since you already mail them but they didnt response, i suggest you to go to ICA once you arrived here and tell them that you didnt receive the mail. For sure they will ask you your EPEC number and i think that is enough...i guess

  18. little mac  

    January 15, 2008 at 1:19 AM

    i hope that's the case. according to the epec terms and conditions wait for the copy prior to leaving. i think it was lost in our ph post office. it's not a registered mail according to friends who got it in just a week. btw can you do the medical here in ph or it should be in sg. are they strict in this medical thingie like you shouldn't have past ailments or is it more on communicable diseases.

  19. Anonymous  

    January 15, 2008 at 1:25 AM

    Pag d ka nabigyan ng EPEC, puede bako mag apply sa Singapore mismo?

  20. Author  

    January 15, 2008 at 6:41 AM

    little mac...di naman masyado mahigpit ang medical dito. blood sample at xray nga lang kunin nila sayo. maliban na lang kung may nakakahawa kang sakit base on your blood like HIV.

  21. Author  

    January 15, 2008 at 6:42 AM

    yes...pwede ka dito mag apply. remember, meron kang 2 months to stay here kahit wala kang EPEC. EPEC processing kung andito ka could take only a month.

  22. little mac  

    January 16, 2008 at 1:48 AM

    if you only have the epec reference# and was allowed to stay for 1 year, what will you show to the police in case they ask for docs and your passport is more than 30 days.

  23. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 2:10 AM

    hi!.. i'm new here. I hope you could help me, i was rejected for epec last october, i believe it's bec my school is not on their list. I already have a ticket to singpore and i'll be leaving on february 25th to look for a work there, i'm just afraid to take risk because i'm not an I.T. graduate, I had experience working as Recruitment asst and a call center rep., with these experience I had do you think i'll be able to secure a job there..I only have 30 days to look for job..thank you..I'll be very grateful for your response.

  24. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 3:05 AM

    thanks for your info about singapore. meron bang nursing homes dyan sa singapore. i am here kasi in UK as carer kaya lang hindi na namin matiis ng asawa ko ang lamig dito kaya balak naming mag settle sa isang place like phils. and perhaps singapore is one of the best place to be.

    thanks for you answer

  25. Author  

    January 16, 2008 at 3:00 PM

    little mac....thats why you have to go to ICA para mavalidate ang EPEC. kung mavalidate yan, tatatakan nila ng 1 year ang passport mo then bigyan ka nila ng green card....standard yan pag EPEC holder ka.

  26. author  

    January 16, 2008 at 3:03 PM

    anonymous...lamo mo swertihan din kasi ang pag-aaply dito. kahit pa gano ka kagaling. meron iba nakakakita within a week, meron naman several months bago makakita. lakasan lng ng loob, no one knows your luck.its risky going here...kaya dapat paghandaan. try to visit the jobsites i posted, check mo kung maraming jobs para sa yo dito.

  27. Author  

    January 16, 2008 at 3:04 PM

    hi UK...im not sure about caregiver here. but for sure meron din sila. try to check the jobsites i posted, para malaman mo kung may mga available jobs para sa inyo dito. as i've said, jobs here are posted online.

  28. Author  

    January 16, 2008 at 3:26 PM

    kabayan...pindutin nyo naman yong mga patalastas na larawan sa kanang bahagi ng site para sa ibang impormasyon. salamat po...!

  29. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 6:54 PM

    your information about on how to work in singapore is so helpful to us who wants to work there.i'm a nurse and wanted to go there, but i don't hav any idea on how to be there. i'm hesitant to go to an agency to inquire baka maloko lang ako.
    good day !
    nurse from mindanao

  30. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 7:00 PM

    hi! if you don't mind asking how did you plan your job search there? and what is your job in sg? my bf works there as net engr..he's planning to get me by february and we're planning to get married in phil embassy at sg so I can be legal..is there a possibilty to look for job there with dependent pass?

  31. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 10:05 PM

    thnks for sending this email to me, i just want to ask sa EPEC apllication di naman kasali sa affiliated yung university ko? is there any chance na ma-grant ako ng epec? khit na di naman masyado kilala school ko dahil wala sa list nila? well im a bachelor's degree holder.

  32. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 10:23 PM

    Hi! I am interested of going to sg. My friend is working there, bago sya umalis dito sa pinas, he's working sa airline. What do you think is the safe place to stay, yung rooms for rent, how much? I have tried visiting jobsdb.com that will match w/ my course, Im working as an operations assistant kasi, actually it's more on sales. Do you have any idea kung anong company meron? your advice would be very much appreciated.

  33. Anonymous  

    January 16, 2008 at 11:07 PM

    anong range nga salary ng mga I.T. doon sa singapore?

  34. Anonymous  

    January 17, 2008 at 3:55 AM

    Hello..thanks for the info i'm interested to work there ... hopefully...i can find a job...

  35. marizz  

    January 17, 2008 at 4:24 AM

    Good day to you, i am very much thankful to you for this info. actually, if i would to choose to work, OF COURSE IT'S SINGAPORE. . . i have experienced the place, people, so. . . pls help me how to find a job in Singapore. I really need a job most esp. my kids are growing who eventually have increase their needs. Rest assured once I get there I can promise to you, you can also have my blessings. . more power of helping to our fellow pinoys. . God Bless...pls. help me.

  36. mr carer  

    January 17, 2008 at 5:15 AM

    hello friend thanks for your reply regarding caregiver. about other fields of work like in logistics and admin dept., co'z i have varried experiences in that area, at marami akong nakitang vacancies there, may age limit ba silang hinahanap sa isang applicant? before i came here un uk ay nag work ako sa isang big company sa admin dept.

    thanks for your reply


    carer of uk

  37. Author  

    January 17, 2008 at 6:32 AM

    little mac...this is for you. may mga corrections ako sa nauna kong advice base sa experience ng friend. eto corrections nya....

    hi!just for ur info..MOM does not entertain any foreign applicant without the EPEC certificate(ICA has nothing to do with that)..kelangan mong antayin ung letter for ur own sake..u can try ur luck here as tourist..30 days will do,tpos online extension can be made for another 30days..gudluck!!

  38. Author  

    January 17, 2008 at 6:34 AM

    for IT grad, as i've mentioned on the blog eh di bababa ng $1800. kung magaling ka....mas malaki makukuha mong salary dito.

  39. Author  

    January 17, 2008 at 6:39 AM

    for mr carer..hi!!age is not an issue here..capability counts!magugulat ka sa mga food chain crew d2..almost all of them are oldies(50 years old??)!hehehe..

  40. Author  

    January 17, 2008 at 6:41 AM

    kabayan....bisitahin nyo naman po yung mga patalastas sa blog ko, yong mga litrato sa kanan. salamat po.

  41. unica  

    January 18, 2008 at 5:04 AM

    hi! ask ko lang po kung pano ba machecheck yung status ng EPEC? kaka submit ko lang po kasi nung application. thank you po!

  42. Anonymous  

    January 18, 2008 at 6:23 PM

    Hello... this is Lhyn and thanks for the information all about how to work in SIngapore...i have a brother who is currently stay in Manila and he is applying for an Electrician Qatar last year pa but the Agency kept him telling that just wait everytime he called to the agency he applied..so can you please help my brother to find a job there in Singapore even a janitorial services thats fine...the important is he have a work to support his family...I hope you will do a favor please...

  43. Author  

    January 18, 2008 at 8:05 PM

    before the expiry of ur 30days, u can proceed to ICA(immigration and Checkpoint Authority) to process ur EPEC..may mga instructions nman dun pagdating mo.just for the info, once mo lang pdeng gamitin ang EPEC,kya make sure na ok ka sa job na mpapasukan mo.

  44. Author  

    January 19, 2008 at 7:10 PM

    hi guyz..please visit my new blog about singapore. i will post some useful tips about working in singapore there.


  45. EUREKA  

    January 19, 2008 at 10:46 PM

    Thanks for this great idea.
    Do they emphasize much on age limits, if so, what it is?
    Landing a job directly will this not count us as undocumented. OFW.

    Your thought about this...


  46. EUREKA  

    January 20, 2008 at 12:05 AM

    I love this blog.
    I just want to give a suggestion. I have scanned various questions and had noticed difficulties of co-relating the sender questions to your replies.
    However, It be can manage for this time, may changes in the format is needed in the near future. To minimized repeated inquiry's which had been address already.

  47. Anonymous  

    January 20, 2008 at 3:26 PM


    bless your soul for sharing these info to us.

  48. unica  

    January 20, 2008 at 5:34 PM

    I am planning to go to Singapore this March. Pero i'm afraid na baka wala akong mahanap na work.

  49. Anonymous  

    January 20, 2008 at 7:59 PM

    Hello Author, am working also in Singapore and got hardtime adjusting... am already 6 months and leaving here is not that easy. compensation is better but it is more good if you stay with your family. Im single and alone... Is there any filipino group here? I want to relax and feel at home. Di lang basta work and kailangan kasi... dapat good circle of friends or else...homesick.

  50. Anonymous  

    January 20, 2008 at 8:32 PM

    hi! i am a pharmacist here in the Phils.. my collegues would like to be a walk-in applicant there in Singapore.. Do u think we have good chances of getting a job there ASAP? we are planning to be there in Singapore by MAY this year.. is it ok if we could have ur assistance on processing our papers?

    U are God-sent to us.. thank u..

  51. Author  

    January 21, 2008 at 3:03 AM

    hi eureka...i appologize for the mess of this comment section. im afraid i cant do anything to revise it, im just using it for free...hehheh. but if you want to ask something, leave your email address and i will reply to you.

    you mentioned about undocumented ofw. for a while you will be undocumented. but when you land a job, i advise you to go to the philipine embassy and register as an ofw. as easy as that....

  52. Author  

    January 21, 2008 at 3:06 AM

    to anonymous working in singapore....so you want a filipino roommate/housemate. thats easy. go to www.pinoysg.com and go to the classified ads->accomodation section. dami pinoy don naghahanap ng kasama rin sa bahay...solved na pangungulila mo!

  53. Author  

    January 21, 2008 at 3:08 AM

    to pharmacist...im not sure what kind of job you want apply pagdating mo dito. but to make sure bago kayo magpunta dito, check nyo muna mga jobsites na na mention ko sa blog para ma check nyo kung may mga vacant jobs sa field nyo. kung wala, i advise you not to risk going here...payong kaibigan lang.

  54. little mac  

    January 21, 2008 at 3:31 AM

    thanks. i received my epec from the mail today. awaiting mommy's decision to finance my expedition. lolz.

  55. chille  

    January 21, 2008 at 6:14 AM

    Hi Richard thanks for the comfort. I really am relieved upon reading your response regarding the "school name" thing. I thought I can never get to Singapore. I'll always be grateful for your insights... Keep up the spirit...

  56. unica  

    January 22, 2008 at 4:05 AM

    rejected ako... huhuhuhu kakalungkot naman.. gusto ko pa naman puta singapore..

    Thank you for your application of the Employment Pass Eligibility Certificate (EPEC).

    Your application has been rejected as you have not met the EPEC guidelines. The processing criteria for an Employment Pass Eligibility Certificate (EPEC) is premised on the applicant's working experience and educational qualifications. Unless you have higher educational qualifications or more extensive work experience, please do not submit another application or appeal.

    However, you can still continue with your job search in Singapore and upon securing an offer by the employer, he would be able to apply for an Employment Pass for you.

  57. Anonymous  

    January 23, 2008 at 3:06 AM

    hi, i am just waiting for my passport and im off to singapore, hopefully on the 1st wik of march. i just resigned as a frontliner of western union. do u think i'l find a job in s'pore? my concern actually is the length of time the immigration will grant on how long i'l stay there. di ba sila strict sa mga foreign workers seeking jobs sa s'pore?

  58. Anonymous  

    January 24, 2008 at 8:38 PM

    thanks for the wonderful info. i gained a lot and change my mind to work there. thanks.

  59. Anonymous  

    January 24, 2008 at 8:40 PM

    hi! banned din po ba dyan ang maysakit na Hepa B?

  60. Anonymous  

    January 25, 2008 at 12:39 AM

    hi dude! i rily find ur blog very useful..cn u contact me for more info?cn we chat?ds s my ym...lady_van82@yahoo.com..pls?

  61. free spirit  

    January 25, 2008 at 1:41 AM

    Hi! this blog is really helpful.thanks. I just like to express my concern regarding the new policy for OFW direct hires. I am an epec holder and im due to go there this coming feb.15. ive been reviewing the job openings almost everyday and im really happy to see that there are lots of opportunities for me. But this new policy alarmed me.and my mom is having second thoughts of allowing me to pursue my sg dreams. Is the New policy for direct hires really that bad? how will this affect us?

  62. Author  

    January 25, 2008 at 3:11 AM

    hi guys...i have a bad news regarding the new policy implemented by POEA. it will really affect those who want to come here to find work. for more details on the policy, visit this link http://howtoworkabroad.blogspot.com

    right now, wala pang reaction ang embassy dito on how this policy will be implemented here. i will update you as soon as may makuha kong news sa knila. keep visiting my blog!

  63. Anonymous  

    January 26, 2008 at 3:55 AM

    Hi, My name is Evelyn. As I don't have any relative in Singapore, my problem is where to stay till I find a job.

  64. Anonymous  

    January 27, 2008 at 4:13 AM

    Hi, I'm a Dentist... do you think,i can easily find a job there? I'm practicing my profession fpr 15 yrs now. By the way, I was rejected in EPEC, could i still re apply? how long? tnx

  65. freespirit  

    January 27, 2008 at 4:32 AM

    Hi! I now understand that the employers dont really have to pay the 5k USD + 3 mos salary for repatriation and performance bond.They only need to pay the premium amount which is much kuch less (this is fr poea). But the thing is, Ive heard that a lot of employers there in Singapore misunderstood the MC4 since it's really confusing. Any news? thanks and more power!

  66. Anonymous  

    January 27, 2008 at 11:25 PM

    Hi po sa lahat!!! As the author said, may new ruling po ang POEA sa mga OFW na lumalabas sa Pilipinas and Singapore will be included in that.

    It was even published sa Straight Times (local newspaper here) about the new rule. So bka magka issue p. Pero medyo magulo p rin ung new Memo ng POEA, madami pang loop holes. Pero let us wait and see. Sayang nga lng ung opportunity n binibigay ng Singapore sa mga Pinoy here. Baka ayawan n nila tyo kasi mas mapapahirap pa ang processing ng documents kapag Pinoy ang kinuha nila.

    Basahin nyo po ito!!!

    Department of Labor and Employment
    News Article
    New rules on OFW hiring issued
    Saturday, January 19, 2008
    Stricter rules on direct hiring of OFW was issued recently by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration. The rules
    which takes effect on January 15, 2008 allows direct hiring of OFWs by foreign employers only upon approval by the
    Secretary of Labor and subject to screening of employers and employment contract verification by the Labor Attaché or
    the Philippine Embassy.
    Direct hiring may be allowed only for members of the diplomatic corps and of international organizations, government
    officials of ministerial level, and employers who are hiring on one-time or trial basis. The number of employees to be hired
    directly shall not exceed 5.
    Employers will likewise comply with stricter documentation and processing requirements which include the posting of
    repatriation bond in the amount of US$5000 per employee to guarantee the repatriation of the worker or of his remains, in
    the event of death, and performance bond of US$3000 per employee to guarantee payment of the employee's salary for
    the duration of the employment contract. The bonds should be secured from local bonding companies. They will also
    provide the employees with health and medical insurance.
    Employers who do not want to comply with the bonding and insurance requirements or with the standard employment
    contract will not be allowed to hire OFWs directly. But they may hire thru licensed placement agencies which are willing to
    assume responsibilities over the employees, including payment of salaries and other employment benefits.
    DOLE Secretary and POEA Board Chairman Arturo Brion announced that the adoption of a stricter policy on direct hires is
    aimed at strengthening the protection mechanisms for the OFWs.
    OFWs with employment contracts and work visas issued after January 15, 2008 will be covered by the new guidelines. The
    new guidelines for direct hiring is posted at the POEA website (www.poea.gov.ph).
    Source: Information and Publication Service

  67. freespirit  

    January 27, 2008 at 11:35 PM

    hi to everyone! Hiring of Filipinos is no longer limited to 5per employer. i verified that sa poea. for details and if you want to be updated regarding this matter, visit www.poea.gov.ph and enter forum.

  68. terminal2  

    January 29, 2008 at 9:01 PM

    Author, FreeSpirit- Thks for highlighting the concern on the new ruling for direct hires. I am set to begin work in SG soon, but now this guideline! I don't yet know how my employer will react. And I waited 3 yrs to get this opportunity. Wow! Seems like our gov't needs to learn how to phase in these new rulings as they just create immediate confusion.

  69. Author  

    January 30, 2008 at 1:38 AM

    hi guyz..heads up! i have some good news for you. see my post on this blog


  70. mitch  

    February 1, 2008 at 8:56 PM

    Salamat naman..Hindi pa nga ako na kaprocess may bad news agad...buti na lang may pag-asa.. Thank you very much sa good news.

  71. Anonymous  

    February 3, 2008 at 6:30 PM


    Im going sa summer and trying to look for a place to stay,prob is nlilito ako sa description ng mga rental places dyan,what the difference of these: 1-room common; 3 rooms flat ; 1-room master and ung mga 2+1 or 3+1?


  72. Author  

    February 4, 2008 at 1:45 AM

    hi...ang isang bahay dito or whole unit eh tinatawag na HDB or FLAT. sa isang flat, may master bedroom(with CR inside) at kung ilang common room(just room only). pag 2+1, it means isang bahay na may 2 rooms(master and common room) then may sala set. pag 3+1, 3 rooms(a master and 2 common rooms) at sala set.

  73. Anonymous  

    February 4, 2008 at 7:36 PM

    thanks for the info... i got EPEC but hesitant to go to SG for fear that I might not get a job within a certain period of time and w/ very limited budget. pls email me at weeniepdc27@yahoo.com to answer a few inquiries to wit:

    - how much US$ should i bring into SG as pocket money for at least a two-week stay to hunt for jobs?

  74. Anonymous  

    February 4, 2008 at 10:26 PM

    hello there
    im so happy to read your article regarding working in spore. its sounds so easy to work there.
    im working here in mla as a tutor for a long time. i want to try it there for a change and i guess theres more opportunity for me to earn more.
    ive been trying to check some website but some are quite intimidating. i think lost touch in applying jobs again :) its been years already.
    im planning to go there 4weeks this coming may. i dont hve a place and of course, no work. i dont want to have a big budget on accommodation. suggestions of places to stay for 4weeks would be appreciated.i dont mind sharing wiht fellow filipinos. as long as, we can save money.hope to hear from you soon.

  75. Anonymous  

    February 10, 2008 at 6:06 PM

    hello!!im planning to go to Spore this coming April 6 as a tourist then find work there. I'am planning to get round trip ticket first but do have idea how many days ba dapat ung pagitan from departure -arrival. Example. would it be ok to buy ticket Spore arrival Apr 6. Back to Manilla May 5? hope you get my question.

  76. Anonymous  

    February 12, 2008 at 11:51 PM

    Thanks for this! Just what I was looking for...maybe you can post ano yung mga hot jobs ngayon! I use to work from a bank and am currently a QA from one of the call centers here in Cebu. May pwede kayo akong malipatan dun?

  77. Anonymous  

    February 15, 2008 at 2:28 AM

    hi! i would like to ask if you can give me info on where to stay in singapore. I'm planning to go there to look for a job. But, i don't have a place to stay. thanks!

  78. Author  

    February 16, 2008 at 7:43 PM

    to anonymous....

    -about money matters, i discuss that on part 3. try to read that article

    -about the joblists, try to visit jobsdb.com, jobstreet.com, st701.com, monster.com.sg...etc. andon lahat ng mga available jobs dito

    -about place to stay, try to visit pinoysg.com then punta ka sa CLASSIFIED ADS>ACCOMODATIONS. maraming pinoy ang nagpopost don about room for rent, bedspace, and other related items

  79. PAO  

    February 19, 2008 at 2:07 AM

    hi year 2004 po nung naloko ako ng isang recruiter kuno na sinasabing ipapasok daw kami ng trabaho sa singapore..marami syang naloko sa amin ako ang pinakabata sa mga naloko nya during that time...kasi we do not know na kahit pala tourist visa lang e pwede kami makpunta ng singapore,,,anyways past na un...gusto ko pa rin po makapunta ng singapore at makapgtrabaho dyan..may kilala po ba kayo na if ever pumunta ako dyan e matutulunga ako ihanap ng work..accounting grad po ako and im 27 yrs old ok lang kahit anong work wag lang construction worker kasi d po kaya ng katawan ko hehe magkano po kakailanganin ko pera if mag stay ako ng 1month sa singapore para maghanap ng work at para may matirhan,currently im working here in Saudi arabia working as a clerk thanks po..God bless po

  80. PAO  

    February 19, 2008 at 2:17 AM

    ito nga po pala email ko pabzone@yahoo.com, hope you would able to reply...thanks again

  81. Anonymous  

    February 20, 2008 at 10:10 PM

    i had fun reading your posts, thanks! =D

    my brother also works there in singapore. he got a scholarship, had his uni there, got a job after grad..

    i would also want to work there but after reading your posts, i was somehow "enlightened" haha! im a comcsi major but im still a fresh grad so i dont think someone out there is going to trust my limited skills..

  82. Anonymous  

    February 21, 2008 at 10:15 PM

    your blogs about work here in singapore is a nice info but i think you need to review once again your blogs. baka maging masyado mataas ang expectation nila dito sa singapore.

    fyi...me kumalat sa email about your info kaso instead SGD ang currency naka USD..

  83. Anonymous  

    February 22, 2008 at 9:10 PM

    hi, thanks s info!
    kpag ba nag-tourist ako dyan, do i need to have show money?
    at saka magkano naman rent ng mga bahay? or room dyan? approximately, magkano ang expenses per month including food and house rental.. thanks

  84. Anonymous  

    February 23, 2008 at 6:18 PM

    Great job! Dami kami natutunan sa article mo. Askl ko lang po, wala po ba talagang age limit ang pag-aapply ng work sa sg? I'm 39 yrs. old at tagal na stop work, sa tingin mo I can still be hired? Regarding the ticket, pwede ba agad ipabook ang ticket for one month(March 1, arrival; March 30, departure)? Hanggang 10k lang po ba dadalhing pocket money sa airport? Salamat po..

  85. Anonymous  

    February 23, 2008 at 6:31 PM

    I am planning to search job in sg this summer..pwede ba akong kumuha ng round trip ticket na one month agad ang pagitan? Meron po bang season ang hiring sa singapore para sa mga foreigners? Hope you can reply soon.

  86. maya  

    February 24, 2008 at 9:16 PM

    hi! is it alright to apply for a job in SG online, while i'm here in the Philippines, then just fly to SG as soon as i get a response from any of the companies i applied in? will they consider that?

  87. maya  

    February 24, 2008 at 9:41 PM

    when the job ad says only Singaporeans and PRs need apply.. what exactly does PR mean? sorry for my ignorance..hehe

  88. Author  

    February 25, 2008 at 4:00 AM

    hi anonymous....from the start, SG dollar ang nilagay ko sa blog ko. i even made a conversion to Php29. it so happen that ofwguide.com publish my article sa site nila, kaso instead na SG dollar ilagay, USD nalagay nila. i already emailed the author to make necessary ammendments sa post nila. i dont want to mislead anyone, makatulong lang ang hangad ko thru correct informations.

    --kung tourist ka, sometimes hinahanapan ng immigration ng show money. better na may dala ka talaga. about food and rentals, visit my the 3rd part of my acticle or visit faqinsingapore.blogspot.com

    --age doesn't matter here. pwede ka na magpabook ng 30 days return tiket. about money, bring as much as you can na budget for 2 months.

    --walng season ang hiring dito

    --if you apply online once you are still there, maliit chance mo na kontakin nila maliban kung talagang magaling ka. mostly kasi, tinatawagan nila thru phone ang applicant. they will notice na wala ka singapore phone number

    --PR means permanent resident. mga foreign national yon na nakastay dito ng at least 6 months then na grant na PR status. apply ka lang kahit may ganyng sign. wala mawawala sayo kung mag send ka ng email sa kanila. malay mo, magbago isip nila at i hire ang foreigner na gaya mo

  89. Anonymous  

    February 26, 2008 at 5:45 AM

    Thanks for the info. It do really help a lot to all who have palns to live there like me.

  90. Anonymous  

    February 27, 2008 at 5:13 AM

    thanks sa info!mghahanap din ako ng work sa singapore dis march.nagresign na din ako from work.i am an it programmer here sa pinas and i wish for a better job there in singapore.lakasan lng ng loob tlaga.

  91. Anonymous  

    February 29, 2008 at 8:34 PM

    after 6 months of working in singapore makakapag-apply na po kami ng PR, then, yun 2 years straight po ba para sa citizenship eh wala po bang uwian yun sa Pilipinas? Pwede pa po ba mag-apply ang 40 years old at may pinipili ba itong field of work? More power po sa inyo. God bless.

  92. Anonymous  

    February 29, 2008 at 8:37 PM

    Tama po ba ang nabasa ko na pwede magpa book o bumili na agad ng roundtrip ticket na one month ang pagitan? What po na 14 days lang ibigay ng immigration? Di po ba nila isipin na mag-aapply talaga ako ng work sa country nila? Baka po pabalikin ako agad at assuming naman na one month stay agad gusto ko..hope to hear from you soon.

  93. Anonymous  

    February 29, 2008 at 9:10 PM

    Hello! I'm 39 y.o. and a plain housewife. Working abroad po ang experience ko pero DH at FW lang po at unfinished contract pa. Ano po kaya ang pwede kung maging trabaho sa sg? May line po ako sa housekeeper/room attendant, qualified pa po ba age ko jan? salamat po wait ko po reply nyo.

  94. Anonymous  

    March 3, 2008 at 5:36 AM

    sklactually pwde po kau kumuha ng ticket sa cebu o jetstar ng 1month span na ticket.roundtrip dpat kc ndi papayag ang immigration ng 1 way.kc nga tourist.i bought a ticket on a roundtrip na for a month.i've already tried it.
    more power to filipinos!

  95. Anonymous  

    March 3, 2008 at 7:41 PM

    Hi! Am also working here in Sg. But believe me, its not easy to look for a job here. No self denial...we need to face and tell the fact that applying work here is risky. If you are brave enough to face the consequences, go then. But if you have worries...better to stay at where you are. Some good things never happen to all. Be aware that sometimes, you need to suffer and prepare yourself for rejections. We are foreigners here and we cannot just act what we used to like we were in Pinas.
    My advice; BE BRAVE!

  96. Anonymous  

    March 4, 2008 at 1:28 AM

    hi! i applied for an EPEC, unfortunately, my application was rejected. Its ok though, i was just confused about EP SAT na naman. If I assess my qualifications, ung result is i am likely to get an EP or Spass. quite confusing.
    talaga ngang lakasan na lang ng loob if you are willing to take the risks.ganun talaga ang buhay.. at least you are willing give it a try..
    tanong ko lang, is it ok na 1 month na kaagad ang return ticket mu?

  97. Anonymous  

    March 4, 2008 at 1:58 AM

    I went here for holiday lang talaga and i applied for EPEC rin pero rejected din. I try my luck lang pero i just filed an indefinite leave lang sa company ko sa Pinas. So lucky natanggap ako and saka lang ako nagsend ng resignation ko. Madami pinagdaanan ko bago makahanap ng work.
    Ok lang naman na 1 month ticket mo. basta you can answer the immigration officer sa mga tanung nya o better have a show money para sigurado.

  98. Anonymous  

    March 9, 2008 at 12:03 AM

    pwede bang maghingi ng idea kung ano ba ang usual na tinatanong ng immigration officer kung yong return ticket mu is 1 month?
    P30,000.00 enough na show money na ba for a 1 month stay?

  99. junwyn thomas  

    March 10, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    hi, thanks for the info, i'm a philippine licensed physical therapist, do you have any idea if it would be posible for me to find a job there within a month if i would be flying there as a tourist? how big are the chances?

  100. pixie  

    March 11, 2008 at 10:54 PM

    Hi, i dont know if this blog is still working, but i have to take the risk, its just a simple message anyway.. i read your post and it ease all my worries! I passed the epec last january, i have it with me, still in pinas, im working in a call center, and i cant be able to leave since my sister will be coming back for vacation from cayman islands ( na mahirap applyan! =) ) anyways, Ask ko lang sana how much in peso yung magagastos for rent, and like everyday living... me and my bestfriend, is planning to go there this june 2008.. Ive been applying for agencies here as well as sa online din in sg, kaso yun nga nabasa ko blog mo, deadma padin pala sa kanila yun... dahil wala ako jan... gsto ko na malaman ngayon plang how much yun cost, para makaipon nako..
    email mo naman sakin.. sa

    thanks.. i would really appreciate a revert asap...
    your such an angel to all of those people here, sobrang nakakainspire yung help na binigay mo...

    God bless... kase nde ka nakakalimot sa mga kababayan..


  101. Author  

    March 12, 2008 at 5:57 AM

    hi +pixie+..regarding your inquiry about how much to spend when you are here, visit the third part of the article. i posted there the estimate cost you will need to survive here in singapore. http://howtoworkinsingapore3.blogspot.com

  102. Author  

    March 12, 2008 at 6:02 AM

    hi junwyn....regarding your PT job, try to visit the online jobsites and check if there are lots of vacancies for your desired position.

    to anonymous...questions asked varies and not definite. some, they were asked how much they have, when are they going to return, where to stay, do they have friends/family here, purpose of visit, etc. i believe that's the basic questions you have to be prepared in case.

  103. alma a.  

    March 12, 2008 at 9:03 PM

    Hi! thank God ... i found this site... i suppose this is very useful for people like me... looking for a job in singapore... any help???

  104. Anonymous  

    March 12, 2008 at 9:29 PM

    Sir i wanna ask if may future ba ang mga singers dyan sa singapore? solo acoustic singer po kasi ako dito sa cebu gusto ko sanang itry ang luck ko as a solo acoustic singer sa mga hotels and bars sa singapore.

  105. Anonymous  

    March 13, 2008 at 9:15 AM


    i think i am interested for sg than dubai as a design professional which i think is much more nearer to the phils.

    ask lang po ako pwede bang dito nalang sa pinas magpa full medical checkup with hiv tests as well?

    or sa sg ang mas recommended?

    mga magkano yata yung standard rates para sa architect dyan? para kahit papaano mak negotiate ako sa possible employer ko.

    salamat - abu

  106. Anonymous  

    March 14, 2008 at 6:51 PM

    Dear Author,

    Okay lang po ba sabihin sa immigration officer na may kapatid ka o kamag-anak na nagtatrabaho sa sg? Okay lang po ba malaman nila na may titirhan ka jan at isang buwan ang return ticker na kinuha mo? Pwede po ba na 10k lang dalhin mong pocket money sa flight mo?

    salamat po..

  107. phang  

    March 16, 2008 at 6:15 AM

    what are the requirements required by the employer before start working in Singapore? Is it the same here in the Philippines too many requirements such as clearance, medical examination, etc? Pls. tell me more.. thanks!

  108. Author  

    March 16, 2008 at 7:12 AM

    hi phang. requirements lang eh passport, picture, TOR, certificate of employment(kung meron) at medical kung approve na before ka mag start ng work. some company, libre ang medical exam thru their company accredited hospital here.

  109. phang  

    March 16, 2008 at 7:14 AM

    what are the requirements required by the employer before start working in Singapore? Is it the same here in the Philippines too many requirements such as clearance, medical examination, etc? Pls. tell me more..
    pls let me know.. e-mail me at my address: phangaj0108@yahoo.com

  110. Anonymous  

    March 16, 2008 at 7:24 AM

    hello! may i know if in Singapore is strict to all employees who's a carrier of hepatitis b.. if so do u think is it still possible for them to get a work in SG, and have future there.. pls let me know. thanks..

  111. mike  

    March 17, 2008 at 11:57 PM


    im mike..

    may plan po kasi kaming mag tourist dyan sa singapore this coming july, as Electronics and Communications Engineers mga gano katagal b bgo mkahanap nga work sa ganitong field?

    tsaka san ba yung mga may mababang rates ng rooms? yung tipong 3persons na mkakamura kmi..

    ano po b mas prefer nla don? walk in applicants or on line applicants? ano po ba ang mas mabilis?

  112. Anonymous  

    March 18, 2008 at 4:51 AM

    Hi thanks to you and we've almost got all necessary information that we needed before going to s'pore as tourist..but I have some few questions that are not clear to us? first is about that anti-money laundery law? you said kasi that hindi kami pedeng magdala ng money na more than 10k in any currency palabas ng bansa what if na check kami sa airport? kelangan ba talaga naming itago yun and pagbaba palng e papalitan na agad namin ng S'pore dollar o papalitan na namin d2 sa pinas before pumunta ng s'pore? based on your experience what did you tell dun sa nag tanung sa yo sa immigration kung ano gagawin mo sa s'pore? may relatives ka ba dyan or anything na mas magandang reason para payagan ka nilang mag stay for 30 days? sa tingin mo kung sasabihin ba namin gusto naming mag vacation? do you think they will allow us to stay there for 30 days at ang dala lang namin ay 30k... and last one sabi mo very rare ang computr shop dyan... malamang mahirapan nga kaming maghanap ng work kung ganun ang case dapat talaga may dala kang loptop para magamit mo yun araw araw at makakabawas pa yun sa gastusin di ba, what if wala talaga kaming ganun do you think 1 month is enough 4 us to find a job or may mga computer na available ba sa mga house na pede mong rent? thank you talaga and we really appreciate any addt'l information.

  113. Anonymous  

    March 18, 2008 at 5:00 AM

    hi yung TOR po ba at Diploma na ang nakasulat ay issued by ched? authenticated po ba yun o kelangan pa talagang pa authenticate..


  114. Author  

    March 19, 2008 at 6:53 AM

    hi guyz....you can reach me thru my email address


    kung meron kayong mga katanungan na hindi nasagot dito. thanks.

  115. Anonymous  

    March 20, 2008 at 4:30 PM

    i have hepatitis b and now being processed by a company in singapore. They dont know that I have hepatitis. I dont have AIDS, can I work in Singapore?

  116. Anonymous  

    March 22, 2008 at 6:39 PM


  117. Anonymous  

    March 30, 2008 at 6:07 PM

    gud mornin

    this is very interesting and indeed informative to those aspiring to work in singapore. Does salaries you mentioned here are subject to tax? and if so, how much is your net say ur getting SD1,800.00 (min)? Are there other deductions required by the Singaporean gov't?

  118. Anonymous  

    April 7, 2008 at 1:04 AM

    hi. your infos are such a big help! I'm also planning to go in sg by july. I work as a finance associate, assigned on revenue mgnt/operation function in a callcenter. I pray I can find a work there in less time. Would you advise me na punta muna dyan to visit before talaga mag settle to find work? I'm considering budget din kasi.
    Please advise. Thanks!

    More blessings for you who knows how share. God Bless!

  119. Anonymous  

    April 12, 2008 at 3:19 AM

    Hi! got ur site from my friend. ur blog is very positive and thanks for sharing this. Actually i have my epec na, im saving muna before going there to start looking for a job. Thnaks talaga!

  120. JRSQ  

    April 14, 2008 at 7:19 AM

    hi, kaka graduate ko lang this april sa isang college d2 sa manila as business administration. i read about ur info about working in SG thats why i have plan to go there this MAY. and u said na mas maganda kapag magtourist muna diyan then maghanap ng work. ask ko lang kc kung magtourist me then bibigyan ako ng 30days or 2 months to stay? panu pag nakahanap na ako ng job or na employed na ako?? eh as tourist 2months lang yong stay ko?? panu un?? babalik ba uli ako ng pinas?? kahit may work ka nna nun?? tnx po

  121. Author  

    April 15, 2008 at 3:37 AM

    you dont need to come back kung may mahanap ka ng work. as long as may company na mag process ng work pass mo, you can stay here and wait for the release. punta ka lang sa MOM then i extend nila ang visa pass mo.

  122. Anonymous  

    April 15, 2008 at 8:41 AM

    Hello, I have some questions about applying for an EPEC:
    (1) Can you apply for this anytime?
    (2) If your school is not listed in the university qualifications (e.g. most schools are in Manila), do you still have a chance that you will be granted an EPEC? Thanks.

  123. JRSQ  

    April 15, 2008 at 9:12 AM

    ah ganun po ba.eh d masasayang lang yong roundtrip for tourist na ticket na binili mo if ever ganun ang mangyari? then kapag punta ba ako yong ticket na bibilhin ko mas maganda pag 30 days?? pero as tourist dba minsan hinanapan ka sa immigration ng itenerary?? kung san ka titira? saang place pupuntahan mo?? balak ko talaga pumunta diyan this MAY pero gusto ko muna malaman kung panu gagawin ko para maihanda ko narin sa sarili ko pagpunta ko diyan..kumbaga makikipagsapalaran talaga ako diyan..nakapunta na kc ako diyan last yr as tourist nga lang..eh ngayon gusto ko work diyan hehe.tnx uli

  124. Anonymous  

    April 22, 2008 at 11:45 PM

    hi! thanks for sharing this blog, very helpful talaga! Need ko ng advise, last jan 23 ininterview ako ng singaporean employer and luckily I got hired. They offered me $ SD 2200 with $ SD 600 for allowance,. After completing all the requirements sa agency ko, nagpamedical ako and na "fit to work" last mid of march lang. End of April na ngayon and the next few days month of May na, is there a possibility na makaalis pa ba ako? Last na tumawag ako sa agency ang sabi skin nakaalis na mga kasama ko and ako na lng daw ang natitira na d pa nakakaalis, kasi until now on process pa ang s pass ko. Ganito ba talaga katagal ang pagprocess ng s pass?
    Please help me, i really need an advice. Thanks!

  125. Author  

    April 23, 2008 at 2:45 AM

    hi anonymous...S pass processing takes 1 wk to 3 wks. in your case, you better follow up with the agency if the company is still hiring you. if they badly need your service, they will expedite all the processes. ano company ba?

  126. Anonymous  

    April 23, 2008 at 3:50 AM

    Hi this site is very helpful,I would just like to inquire how much money do we need kung punta kmi singapore? how much is all the expenses needed?? one thing pa po pala, if pupunta kmi dun to find a work as a tourist first, wala na po kming kelangan any documents to apply for being tourist??? im just curious, thanks... =)

  127. Anonymous  

    April 23, 2008 at 8:00 PM

    hi, ako ung nag leave ng comment regarding my s pass. Surbana Corporation ang name ng company na papasukan ko sana sa Singapore. What do you think? Dapat bang hindi na ko umasa na makaalis pa ko? I waited for this oppurtunity kc i really wanted to work in Singapore talaga. Nagresign pa nmn ako sa job ko d2 sa pinas just to pursue my ambition to work in Singapore aside of course sa ganda ng salary na marrcv ko if I work there. Thanks anyway for your advice. Im waiting for your comment on this matter too.

  128. Anonymous  

    April 23, 2008 at 10:54 PM

    Mahirap kumuha ng EPEC ngayun. Ng mass rejection yata sila sa dami na ng foreigners na gusto kumuha nito. I was rejected twice even though i came from accredited University. Pero, lakasan lang ng loob yan, i will try my luck this month, punta ako dyan.

  129. Anonymous  

    April 27, 2008 at 8:26 PM

    I've been to sg 2x..ur blog is very useful.I would like to ask,if u know anything about w2? it was chop in my passport when i exit thru JB and returned to SG same day. I'd like to know if I can still go back to SG to look for a job?
    tnx in advance.More Power!


  130. Anonymous  

    April 28, 2008 at 12:10 AM

    hi thanks for sharing this infos...especially sa amin na wala maxado alam..
    may question lang me...d ba pde magwork sa singapore ung di mga graduates ng bachelor degree? thanks..

  131. Anonymous  

    April 30, 2008 at 2:49 AM

    im an accounting grad with 12 yrs in the field. where do i get my tourist pass? here in philippines or in singapore immigration? what are the chances of an accounting to land a job in singapore? thank you & more power.

  132. sweetiebrownbelly  

    May 7, 2008 at 7:10 AM

    Hi author,
    1st congrats ha, for this kind deed of your's lots of info. for us. By the way I am new here, & very much interested to learn. I'm geehan 23,recently living in QC but I came from Mindanao.Isa po akong caregiver grad. just this year. Don't have work experience related to my vocational course, but my experience po ako as cashier last 2004-06. Right now po very serious ako in looking for any available for me na trabaho. And I find it interested in Singapore lalo na kasi di na need visa. But author pls. help me what will be my 1st step. Just want to add by Aug. my aussie friend and I will be going to Singapore just for a vication. Pwede ba ko magpa.iwan dun at maghanap na ng work.? Or risky sya na plan.? sana You will hve spare time to answer my question. Never pa kasi me nakalabas ng bansa. This is my e-add. sweetiebrownbelly@yahoo.com.ph

  133. Author  

    May 8, 2008 at 4:50 AM

    hi maeh...im not sure kung ano yung w2. regarding your other inquiry, you can still come back to singapore and look for a job. yon nga lang, pag na consume mo na yong 2 months maximum stay, uwi ka muna nag pinas para magpalamig. sabi nila at least 3 months then balik ka uli sa singapore.

  134. Author  

    May 8, 2008 at 4:53 AM

    anonymous...pwede nman magwork dito ang hindi degree holder, kaya lang yong mga position eh medyo mababa siguro. im not sure also about this, but i advice you to check the job sites i've posted para ma check mo kung requird ba ng job na gusto mo ang mga degree holders

  135. Author  

    May 8, 2008 at 4:55 AM

    hi sweetie..its a risk talaga kung pupunta ka dto. nobody knows kung makakakita ng job o hindi. but its worth it naman kung makakita ka. regarding your inquiry, its better if you browse those job sites i posted para makita mo ang mga available jobs na nandito.

  136. Marlon  

    May 11, 2008 at 11:07 AM

    punta p lng ako dyn sa SG this week as tourist...

    Kelangan pa ba ng invitation letter n authenticated ng Phil. Consolate?

    Eto kasi nklgay sa Tiger Airways website:

    Passengers Travelling As Tourists
    Must have their return flight confirmed (not more than one (1) month), and must have an invitation letter/affidavit of support from a sponsor that is dry sealed and duly authenticated by the Philippine Consulate office in a foreign country (original copy).


  137. Author  

    May 12, 2008 at 7:57 AM

    hi marlon...letter of invitation is not necessary. its your privilege to travel...di ka nila pwede pigilan. basta dapat tourist talaga dating mo kahit ano pa tanong nila.

  138. Anonymous  

    May 12, 2008 at 8:55 AM

    hello everyone... san puede magstay na mura jan sa singapore? may naresearch ako na may sd$300-400 na puede tirhan jan for a month.. punta kasi kami jan ng kaibigan ko by june and as stated job hunting din kami as
    call center agents... and musician..pls help author. thank you and Godbless. --slavetomusic

  139. Anonymous  

    May 15, 2008 at 3:39 AM

    I read ur article & it was very informative. I just wanted to ask if I were to apply a job sa Singapore, do company's usually ask for atleast the previous two (2) work certificates. Meron lang kasi ako yung latest lang since I had a little trouble with the former employer. Would I still be eligible to apply for a job? Any suggestions? Thanks!

  140. Anonymous  

    May 17, 2008 at 7:04 AM

    Hi! my friend and I applied for EPEC but we were rejected bec. of a very general reason. Accdng to a MOM staff which was sent via email(it may be our school, experience, etc. that doesn't meet to their standard)which is quite confusing because our common friend who applied earlier than us was accepted to think that we grad. from same skul(and as far as i could remember our school was in the list)and almost same length of working exp...we applied last March, is it possible to reapply?When?

  141. Author  

    May 19, 2008 at 6:18 AM

    hi slavetomusic....visit this link. this is a transient house here in singapore with per day rental fee. wait mo ang end ng video, andon ang address at contact person. try mo kontakin at magpabook...


  142. Author  

    May 19, 2008 at 6:20 AM

    hi anonymous...work experience is a big factor but employment certificate is not necessary. when i applied on my job, they never ask me for an employment certificate. as long as you know your job, malaking factor yon.

  143. Author  

    May 19, 2008 at 6:23 AM

    hi anonymous...fyi, i was rejected twice in epec so i didnt rely on it. i came here as tourist. you can reapply if you want. sometimes, pareho man yung school and experience tapos na deny, wala tayo magagawa don. kahit pa sabihin na human error, their decision is final. but dont worry, you can still come here without epec.

  144. Anonymous  

    May 29, 2008 at 2:59 AM

    Maganda yung article that you've posted I just wanted to ask sir if may chance ako makapunta dyan sa Sing para mag-work. I am currently pregnant with my first child but I dont know if pwede ako mag-seek ng trabaho habang buntis ako. Any advice? Thank you and more power! - Linda

  145. Anonymous  

    June 21, 2008 at 11:54 AM

    hi...ur blog is very very useful...info and stuff needed to start a career in singapore...hope u kud enlighten me...my wife is a nurse in singapore...she's planning to process for a PR...how long thus it take to process?...im still here in the philippines, what are my chances?...they say it would be easier for me to get in since my wife is actively working there...more power to you....

  146. author  

    June 23, 2008 at 4:22 AM

    hi anonymous...in your case, mahirap maghanap ng work kung buntis ka. una bago ka lang then pag nanganak ka, mawawala ka ng matagal. disadvantage yon, so kung ako company, kuha na lang ako ng hindi buntis.

  147. author  

    June 23, 2008 at 4:24 AM

    hi anonymous...PR processing is about 6 months up...im not sure but my colleague eh ganon. you can check to other site to make sure. mas maganda nga kung punta k dito pag PR na misis mo. at least PR ka rin, mas madali maghanap ng work.

  148. Christian Eldie C. Rabago  

    June 23, 2008 at 8:23 PM

    i found it very interesting and informative. thnks Chad your always been my angel.

  149. Anonymous  

    June 27, 2008 at 2:41 AM

    Hi, my boyfriend is coming to visit next month and will be staying for a month. Does he need an Invitation Letter? If he needs one, can I provide him with the letter? I am currently an S-Pass holder. Or does the invitation have to come from an E-Pass holder or PR? I'd appreciate any tips regarding this.

  150. author  

    June 27, 2008 at 7:58 PM

    hi anonymous..you dont need an invitation if he will stay for just a month. tourist naman ang purpose nya, walang problema yon.

  151. Anonymous  

    July 7, 2008 at 6:38 AM

    hi.. the blog is very useful!

    im planning to go there to look for work probably in august. how much do i need to budget to last me about a month for airfare, living expense, food, transpo, applying etc.?

    i wasnt sure if the figure in your blog is still accurate.


  152. author  

    July 8, 2008 at 5:55 AM

    hi kenji,

    since i first post my blog, siguro may mga changes nga pero di naman ganon kalaki. like sa singapore dollar, last january eh around 30 lang sya pero ngayon 33 na and going stronger pa. regarding naman sa plane tiket, mas maganda siguro kung bumisita ka sa mga website ng pal, cebu pacific or tiger airways then try mo mag book sa date na gusto. at least don, makakasiguro ka ng exact amount. remember na pag nagpabook k ng mas maaga, masa mura pa sya. about sa cost of living, medyo tumaas siguro ng konti. though may mga 10 dollar per day pa na transient lodging house, hahanapin mo na talaga. the rest ang mura na eh 13 per day. SG dollar yon ha. regarding sa food at transpo expenses, ganon pa rin naman. walang masyadong pagbabago. for a month, siguro budget ka ng 30K para safe. opinyon ko lang po ito, pwede kayo magtanong sa iba kung gusto nyo.

    again, sobrang dali pumunta dito pero may kahirapan din ang maghanap ng trabaho. lakasan ng loob at kaylangan makipagkumpetensya ka sa mga kalaban mo..mostly eh mga pinoy rin naman. goodluck! no guts no glory...

  153. Anonymous  

    July 12, 2008 at 9:29 PM

    Hi author, everyone out there in sg.
    I am planning to come to singapore and I am wondering if ano ang ilalagay kong date sa return ticket ko. If it is one month or two weeks lang ang pagitan. kc sabi ng iba pag one month daw kinuha kong roundtrip ticket eh subject pa raw ako na ma hold ng immigration. kaya two weeks lang daw ang dapat! Ano po ba talaga, kuya?
    Please paki reply lang po asap.

  154. Anonymous  

    July 12, 2008 at 9:35 PM

    okay lang ba na declare mo sa DE Card na may sister ka sa sg kahet tourist ka lang? Baka kaya isipin nila na mag-aapply ka ng work! Ano po ba ang tamang allowance ng return ticket?
    Please, please, please paki sagot naman po utang na loob.
    more power po and thank you.

  155. Author  

    July 14, 2008 at 4:20 PM

    hi anonymous....kung tourist ka, up to 30 days ang max na ibibigay sayo. pero dahil nga minsan, may mga di nakakalusot, 14 days lng minsan binibigay s kanila pero madalang yon. to be safe, try to buy round trip ticket for 3 weeks.

    sa DE, ok lang ilagay ang sister mo. anyway, tourist ka naman at pag tinanong ka saan ka titira, sabihin mo sa sister mo.

  156. Anonymous  

    July 15, 2008 at 7:39 PM

    Dear Author, Nag che-check ba ng money ang immigration officer sa airport? Okay lang ba na PHP10,000.00 lang ang dalhen ko since may sasalo naman sa akin sa SG?

  157. Author  

    July 16, 2008 at 4:43 AM

    hi anonymous.....Php10000, medyo mahirap yon lalo na pag nataon na hanapan ka. pero kung may credit card at master card k naman, wlang problema. accepted nila yon.

  158. Anonymous  

    July 17, 2008 at 7:30 PM

    may mga agency ba na nagdi-direct hire ng jobseekers sa SG? Yun tipong nandito ka pa lang sa Pinas eh may nagpa-process na ng work permit dun? Balita ko 3-4 months payable daw mga agency na to. 1.5 equevalent ng salary payable sa agency.

  159. Joanah Beth  

    July 20, 2008 at 9:18 PM

    Hi author! Ask ko lang kung undergrad ako pero IT course ko,di ba sabi mo mahihirapan makahanap ng work ang katulad ko at malamang mababa ang ioffer sa akin.Pero may PROFESSIONAL experience naman ako.Proven din ng kakayahan ko in terms sa work.(Walang bola to ha? hehe) Ano po kya ang mga requirements na ma-aallow sa akin knowing na wla pa ako college diploma or even TOR? Copy of Grades lang. Pwede po ba yun?

    Pls advise kung ano po mga othere possible options kong gawin. I really want to go there. thanx ng marami. =) God Bless!

  160. lilet  

    August 5, 2008 at 11:31 AM

    wala bang work for undergrads pero maraming work experiences??? hanap mo naman ako..my contract expires soon and i want to exit in singapore I'm here right now in dubai, UAE pls help

  161. Anonymous  

    August 5, 2008 at 11:32 PM

    wow, nice Post, I recently graduated as an IT, nag aacept ba sila ng RCG(recent college graduate) Don't have experience yet in IT but 10 yrs experience in manufacturing(semicon)here in dito sa pinas.possible ba na makahanap agad ng job?

  162. author  

    August 6, 2008 at 5:36 AM

    hi lilet...i cant assure you of any work pagdating mo dito. i can only give you advice on how to get here and some tips para makahanap ka ng work. try to browse the jobsites i listed on my sites para makita mo kung may mga hiring sa gusto mong applyan na posisyon. medyo risky rin pumunta dito pero worthy naman. no guts no glory.

  163. Anonymous  

    August 10, 2008 at 7:54 PM

    hello, first time ko punta s'pore, arrival namin aug 20.. bigyan mo naman kami tip kung ano place accesible lahat like hawker, malls, parks, offices? ano ba talaga lugar ng city? one thing pa po madali lang ba magpaextend ng ticket for another 30days? 15 days ang RT namin, ok b un sa immigration? bale ilang beses pwede mag paextend ng ticket? pls help. tnx a lot in advance.

  164. Anonymous  

    August 15, 2008 at 2:21 AM

    helo,how will i know if i will be given S pass or E pass,is there any qualification? and u think 1,800 monthly salary is enough,i think mababa un di ba para sa mga filipino.and how much po ba ang rent ng house jan?mahirap po bang interviews jan sa singapore?thanks,and hope for ur reply soon

  165. Anonymous  

    August 15, 2008 at 2:24 AM

    hello,ang apply kse ako for EPEC,still pending p din.if maapproved ako dun,db i have 1year stay in singapore,give me some tips naman,if ever n approved n ko sa EPEC,should i apply on line or direct to singapore when im there na?-codename-cutee**

  166. Anonymous  

    August 15, 2008 at 7:38 PM

    helo its me again cutee..i jst want to ask is it okey if i will apply on line eventhough i'm here in the phils. My friend told me to apply on line while im still here so that if the employer schedule me for an interview i can go there in singapore pra hndi sayang ang punta ko jan or is it a bad idea?if my EPEC is rejected,can i apply another one and How?pls answer me..-cutee

  167. author  

    August 16, 2008 at 7:13 AM

    hi cutee. yes, you can apply online while you are in the phils. kaso, konti lang ang chance mo na i-entertain ng employer once na makita nila ang address mo na pinas. they prefer kasi yong nandito na sa SG.

  168. Anonymous  

    August 18, 2008 at 9:53 PM

    helo its cutee again..thanks for the answer,ask ko nman ulit if dalawa kami approved ng husband ko sa EPEC ,ok lng b na dalawa kmi punta sa singapore looking for a job?pls reply po,tnks.

  169. aldrincabrera@gmail.com  

    August 19, 2008 at 12:14 AM

    Nice post. I am wondering how much do they tax? I read somewhere that it is 15% flat for non-residential workers. Is it true? Do they also tax monetary benefits like allowances (housing, meal, etc)?

  170. Anonymous  

    August 22, 2008 at 11:30 AM

    nangangailangan din ba ng mga care givers sa singapore?

  171. Vimin  

    August 25, 2008 at 2:03 AM

    Hi to the author! I would like to help a little bit para wlang masyadong mataas ang expectation para sa mga basta na lang sumugod dito sa Singapore.
    Just a little caution lang sa mga gustong pumunta ngayong panahon na to. There is a recession in developed countries in Europe, US and Japan, and this has an impact on the business climate here in Singapore. According to Singapore PM's message on National Day, prepare for rough times ahead. I suggest that you take a side trip sa mga business news din para malaman kung ano na ang hiring environment dito. However, shipping and services has nonstop hiring. thanks.

  172. Beautiine  

    September 11, 2008 at 8:44 AM

    Hello, i have a question. >.<
    i'm a student from Australia who wants to travel to Singapore to work and stay there. I have been though ICA and did a little bit research. I could apply for extension of short term visit pass but wad would be the best thing to do if you really want to permanently stay in Sg?
    i might ask further questions when you reply back.

  173. author  

    September 20, 2008 at 1:28 AM

    hi, im glad to announce that i already made a forum to help other filipino aspiring OFW . its in beta stage, singapore pa lang ang andon. soon, madadagdagan din yon. pls take time to visit it and post any questions you want to ask. thanks.


  174. jepipie  

    September 24, 2008 at 2:17 AM

    hi.i just discovered your site. very useful. papunta kasi ako ng singapore this december. graduate ako ng nursing with four years experience. pwede ba na jan nalang po ako maghanap ng agency? tumatanggap pa po ba ng walk-in ang mga hospitals jan?may MS degree din ako, makatulong kaya yun?

  175. Anonymous  

    October 5, 2008 at 8:57 AM

    hi, I'm an LLB graduate from one of the universities here. I heard from my classmates that there a lot of work opportunities there and the entry is easier..and i actually knew of someone who already worked there who just applied online. please help me on how to go through the process..thank you.

  176. Anonymous  

    October 8, 2008 at 2:34 PM

    Sir, thanks for this information!gusto ko sana malaman kung gano kalaki chances ko na makakuha ng trabaho dyan,i'm mechanical engr. nagwowork ako d2 sa korea for about 8months as of now sa eng'g and construction comapany,gusto ko sana mag apply dyan same nature ng work or sa mga oil and gas company,wla ako experience just 8months gaya ng sabi ko and im 25 na ngayon..thanks

  177. Anonymous  

    October 9, 2008 at 2:09 AM

    nag aply ako ng EPEC ang prob, rejected dahil cguro sa skul ko wala kc sa list nila yun. pero gusto ko pa din pumunta sa singapore khit tourist lng para makapag hanap p din ng trabaho doon.maganda sana kung may mga kasama. cno ang gusto sumabay sakin papunta ng singapore?

  178. Anonymous  

    October 10, 2008 at 5:47 AM

    cno gusto sumabay n lng sakin papauntang singapore? rejected EPEC ko dhil cguro sa skul ko....tsk...tara! lol

  179. author  

    October 17, 2008 at 7:15 AM

    sorry guyz, delayed na siguro mga sagot ko sa inyo. you can also reach me on my email add or visit my forum http://www.howtoworkabroad.com/forum

    **cutee..ok lang punta kayo ng asawa mo dito ng sabay, mas maganda nga yon

    **aldrin cabrera..ang taxable income lang dito eh yong may yearly income na $27T pataas. so kung min $1800 sweldo mo, wla kng tax

    **hi beautine...sorry for delayed reply. the best way for you to stay longer is by studying or working here.

    **jepipie..may mga nurse at hospital staff din dto kaya lang di ganon kadami ang demand nila. maliit lng kasi na bansa ito tsaka ang job na yan eh dominated ng locals nila at mga malay. im not discouraging you, try mo rin. im just giving you advice. hawak mo pa rin ang swerte mo.

    **LLB grad...try to read the 3 articles i posted, its more than enough para magkaron ka ng idea pano mag work dito. try to participate in my forum kung mga questions ka pa.

    **hi vimin..yes tama ka. all that is written here are information only which is not enough kung desidido nyo pumunta dito. you also need to do your research para sigurado kayo sa pupuntahan nyo. singapore is not in good shape right now due to recession. even in our company, baka magbawas sila ng tao this year end if the economy will get worst. plan wisely.

    for more info and questions, you can reach me at howtoworkabroad@gmail.com or visit my forum www.howtoworkabroad.com/forum


  180. Anonymous  

    November 5, 2008 at 9:36 PM

    hi there,

    I want to work in singapore and I'm an I.T. in the philippines with 10 years experience in banking systems and networking but I don't have any CCNA, CCNP, or Microsoft certificates, can I still have the chance to be hired in I.T.? i'm 34 years old, married.
    Thanks for the info and God Bless!

  181. author  

    November 8, 2008 at 7:59 PM

    hi there...im in IT industry also and have 4 yrs experience when i came here as tourist. luckily, nakahanap ako ng work within a week.

  182. Anonymous  

    November 18, 2008 at 5:32 AM

    Hello! Im right now working as an accountant in United Arab Emirates. I am planning to go to Singapore for a visit and by chance look for a job. What are the requirements needed in applying .



  183. author  

    November 19, 2008 at 10:05 PM

    hi annie....please post your question here


  184. Anonymous  

    November 23, 2008 at 4:37 AM


    Salamat sa pag share ng information. I just want to ask if it would be worth the risk na pumunta sa Singapore. I am currently working here in Dubai and I plan to transfer to Singapore after my 2nd year dito sa company na pinagtatrabahuan ko. Okay naman ang sahod ko dito pero gusto ko lang nearer sa Pinas.

  185. Anonymous  

    November 29, 2008 at 8:13 AM

    hi ask ko lang sana kasi na reject ako nung ngapply ako nang EPEC true online yun ehh kc ung school ko wla namn sa list na hinahanap...d2 palang ako sa pinas pupunta pa lang ako sa singapore this coming dec.5 pwede bang ilagay ko na lang khit anung school na nasa list para hindi nila reject ung EPEC ko hehehe...

  186. Anonymous  

    November 29, 2008 at 8:20 AM

    Hi! im jovy
    ask ko lang pow sana kung mahirap bang maghanap nang trabaho dyan nursing graduate ako kaya lang underboard pa ako..mahihirapan kaya akong makahanap nang trabaho ko dyan sa singapore?ska pwede rin bang magapply dyan for other country like canada or UK habang dyan ako sa singapore...

  187. Anonymous  

    January 12, 2009 at 1:26 AM

    Hi I'm new here, I just want to know coz me and my friends wants to apply for EPEC coz we are planning to go to singapore and work there however kpag wla ba ung school from their list automatically you'll not gonna pass the EPEC.,or can we still work to singapore. Thanks hoping to get feedback for this. We really do appreciate this:)


  188. BOGCESS  

    January 29, 2009 at 9:36 PM

    Thank you for this wonderful info! :)
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  189. Elvira  

    January 29, 2009 at 10:23 PM

    Hi ms author,

    me EPEC na po ako, nung March last year pa na approved, dumating April..sa March ko na po balak pumunta dyan..question ko, pag pupunta na dyan, bili lang ba ako ng ticket, dala ng gamit at pera pti ung certificate? tapos pagdating ng sg, titignan passport at EPEC?kelan tatatakan passport ko na EPEC holder ako pag andun na ko? me call center work pa po ba kaung nababalitaan dyan, if ever? gano po kalala effect ng global crisis sa sg now? Ava F.

  190. author  

    February 2, 2009 at 3:50 AM

    hi elvira...last year pa pala na approve ang EPEC mo. check mo nga kung may validity period yan? im not sure kung 1 year lang ang validity period nyan na dapat mong magamit. as for call center jobs, meron din dito. problema lng eh recession time ngayon. dami walang trabaho dito, tanggalan. you just need a round trip tiket and your passport para makarating ka dito. pakital mo alng epec mo dito sa singapore, pag nasa pinas immigration ka, dapat sabihin mo tourist ka.

  191. vivs  

    February 9, 2009 at 9:31 AM

    hi, thanks for all the info you posted. i was enlightened. i'm planning to go there this may. 'just want to ask if teaching jobs in singapore are still in demand during this time of recession? i teach english. thank you.

  192. Anonymous  

    February 11, 2009 at 7:20 AM

    I find your site very useful! I'm also planning to work in Singapore. I'm 22 and a Journalism graduate from UST. I'm currently working as a writer/researcher for a TV station. Do you think I have a fat chance to fine a job there? Is UST one of the listed schools?

    and also, how much should one bring to Singapore for a 30 day stay to look for a job?

    thank you very much! You help a lot of Filipino people who plan to work abroad. keep it up!

  193. casandra  

    February 25, 2009 at 7:31 AM

    hi, Im Ms. Casandra! thanks sa sipag at tyaga mo magsulat para sa mga kababayan natin.
    nwei, interested din akong makapunta jan sa sg.im a pharmacist dito satin. I tried magapply sa mga agency dito mid of November. naubos kona ata sila kaya lang ni isa walang tumatawag. i dont know maybe bec of the recession. kaya lang inip na po ako. badly needed a job. kung punta po ko jan di namn kaya ko mahirapan mag apply kahit sa hosp or botika as pharmacist assistant?i also applyed tru internet na din po kaso mostly or almost hanap nila sigaporean residents daw.anu tingin mo po kung tourist lNG ko POSSIBLE PO KAYA KO MAKAPASOK?? help me naman baka pwede inquire mo ko jan..hehhhe kunwari ikaw tong magaaply para sakin.plzzzzzz

    plss try to answer me--->>thanks a lot in advance anD GODBLESS!

  194. author  

    March 1, 2009 at 11:09 PM

    hi cassandra. first of all, pardon me because i don't have news about jobs for pharmacist like you. the best thing you can do is go to the jobsites directly and search if any jobs available for you. recession is also a factor, lots of singaporeans are jobless and still layoff's are ongoing. base on my experience, they never entertain job applicants kung nasa ibang country like pinas. you can only have chance to be interviewed kung andito ka. its up to you if you want to try your luck here. its risky but its worth the risk.

  195. Anonymous  

    March 25, 2009 at 1:20 PM

    hi there! me and my sister are planning to go there this may 20, the problem is my sister been there for 2 months alredy from january 2 2009--march 2 2009 she take an exit to malaysia for one day just to spent here package tour and go back to sing to phil at the same day... our plan is to go on MAY together however its going to be my first out of the country tour. of course i am planning to look for a job there im an electronics and communication engineering and have 8 months work expericence only. do you think we have a chance?

  196. Anonymous  

    March 25, 2009 at 1:24 PM

    a chance to entry ?
    chance for me to get a job?
    my sister is working on partime there to her friend, she doesnt want and afraid to take a long contract coz of her son. But for me i can take as long as 2 yrs contract. do you think 8 months experience will be enough?
    how's the recession by the way?
    thank you so much
    how you can answer me before we booked oour tickets

  197. author  

    March 28, 2009 at 9:35 PM

    hi anonymous...pls post your query on this my forum www.howtoworkabroad.com/forum and i will post my answer there. thanks.

  198. Anonymous  

    April 15, 2009 at 4:13 AM

    Hi..would you know if being a diabetic will find me unfit to work in singapore? ksma b DM sa list ng disease na di inaallow na mgwork sa SG?

  199. Anonymous  

    May 22, 2009 at 12:24 AM

    Hi there!

    Im planning to go to Singapore this coming July, I just wanna ask if mas maganda kung pumunta jan as a tourist muna to look for a job? Madali lng ba makahanap ng work ang experienced d2 sa pinas ay 2 years. Ung mga admin asst.receptionist or office secretary madali lng ba yon mahanap?

    Thank you

  200. Anonymous  

    May 24, 2009 at 11:31 PM

    Hi Im here now in Gulf medyo mahirap d2 and im working as a IT tech. system administrator at network engr lahat ako na kasi magisa lang ako sa work kung sakali maghanap ako ng trabaho jan san at mag stay ako for 1 month san naman po ako tutuloy jan. salamat.