If you are jobless in Singapore and are in need of assistance, there are several options you can consider. Please note that Singaporean are the first priority amongst other job seekers Singapore Permanent Resident or other pass holders:
Employment and Employability Institute (e2i): e2i is a government agency that helps job seekers find employment and provides training and career development opportunities. You can visit the e2i website and look out for their frequently held events in https://www.e2i.com.sg/events/ or visit one of their centers, either e2i West or e2i East, to find out more about the services they offer and how they can help you.
Workforce Singapore (WSG): WSG is another government agency that helps job seekers find employment and provides training and career development opportunities. You can visit the WSG website and learn about their service offerings in https://www.ssg-wsg.gov.sg/individuals.html or one of their centers to find out more about the services they offer and how they can help you.
Career Centers: There are career centers located in various neighborhoods around Singapore that can provide you with job search assistance, including help with writing or reviewing a CV/resume and preparing for job interviews. Please visit any of the center nearest to you (source https://www.wsg.gov.sg/sgujscentre.html):
Social service organizations: There are also a number of social service organizations in Singapore that can provide assistance to those who are jobless, including financial assistance and counseling services. You can search and contact these organizations to find out more about the assistance they can provide.
Personal Network: It is a good idea to reach out to your network of friends, family, and professional contacts to see if they know of any job openings or can provide any other assistance.
Finally, have you searched for our Singapore Jobs listings? Our listing is updated very frequently. You may subscribe to suitable job category to increase your chance.