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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by MrH20, Mar 30, 2018.
You may not be able to start one yet. I'll send you a message. Hover over your avatar in the top right of the page and it will show you.
of course !! thanks
Hi I can't seem to work out how to get back to the conversation we were having? Where do I find it ? thanks
Same as before - hover over your avatar in the top right and click on "Conversation"
Hiya, I am also just starting to research international schools and locations to bring my family of 4 that I will solely be supporting. May I pm you as well? This will be my first attempt at a conversation so bare with me. Thank you.
Sure - if you're new to the forum you won't be able to start a conversation so I'll start one with you instead.
Singapore is one of the most expensive cities/countries in the world for an expat to live and work.
I've recently secured a well re-numerated package in Singapore starting later this year. I have a non-teaching spouse, 2 children and little international experience although I had lived in Singapore a few years ago under different circumstances. So it's not the impossible dream! I am happy to tell anyone about my recent experience in securing this but can't start a conversation yet.
Hi, I’m looking into relocating to Singapore with a non teaching partner (software engineer) and my 2 year old daughter. Finding jobs for my partner is proving difficult. Any advice on relocating, nurseries, nannies etc would be greatly appreciated.
I would love to know more! I just completed a video interview - the type you record; it was awful Your story is very similar to mine.
Is a salary of 10000 SGD + accommodation still reasonable for a family?
What are the taxes?
I was converting SGD to Canadian to compare and it’s almost $9500 Canadian a month. Which is a lot compared to what we’re paid in Canada.