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Monster Research Reports
Research Reports & eBooks for Employers and Job Seekers
Striking a Balance (Infographic)
#WorkLifeBalance: Our new research explores the sentiments of the working professionals around work-life balance in Southeast Asia to raise awareness among job seekers and employers as to what aspects of work-life balance are most valued.
Hiring Trends - Across Southeast Asia (Monster Employment Index Q3 2018 Report)
This report examines the online recruitment demands across major industries in Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia - three key markets in Southeast Asia.
#IMadeTheSwitch A study to examine and raise awareness on issues concerning a transition from one career path to another
Monster.com surveyed Southeast Asia's workforce to uncover their motivations for jumping into an entirely new career path, and how they feel about making the job switch. Download the infographic for a breakdown of regional statistics from the survey.
Hiring Trends Across Southeast Asia - MEI Q2 2018
This second quarterly MEI report examines the hiring trends and performance of online recruitment, and offers a comprehensive overview of major industries across Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia three key markets in Southeast Asia. The report also assesses overall hiring trends, driving forces and online hiring activity by market and industry.
Southeast Asia Online Recruitment Trends Report
Businesses across Southeast Asia are on a journey of transformation. Some are leading the charge for adaptation and change in the HR processes, while others are just beginning to figure out how their business needs to evolve to stay competitive. This report gives an overview of online recruitment activity across three key Southeast Asia markets Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines for the first quarter of 2018.
#MyFirstJob - The expectations & challenges Fresh Graduates face while searching their First Job
Our new research uncovers the expectations and challenges for fresh graduates embarking on their first job search, as well as what employers are looking for from young talent across Southeast Asia.
#SheMakesItWork A study on challenges women face at workplace
A new study by Monster.com reveals some of the biggest challenges women face at the workplace, and why employers need to consider more family-friendly work arrangements for mothers.
The Graduate Handbook: How to search for, find, and land your first job
Congratulations on your graduation! If youre feeling a little lost or not sure how to step into the world of work, Monster Singapore has you covered. Download our Graduate Handbook for step-by-step guidance for finding a job, landing that interview, and dressing for success. With a few wise words from Sanjay Modi, MD, Monster.com - APAC & ME, our ebook is designed to get you on the right career path. Click at 'Download' button to access the ebook. Good luck!
The Recruitment Market in Singapore - An Overview: Based on the analysis of Monster Employment Index
Singapore is characterized by its modern and diversified economy. Well-renowned for being a highly open and free market, the economy is heavily dependent on trade. Its trade-to-Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio is the highest among other nations1 and prides itself for being the worlds fourth largest financial center. Consequently, Singapore has also been greatly attracting foreign investments in the past years. As per the latest World Bank report- Ease of Doing Business 2015, Singapore topped the list of 189 countries in terms of regulatory environment conducive to setting up of business by a local firm.