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Singapore’s the most popular location for job seekers in Asia but locals aren’t keen on working abroad themselves: Report

According to the report, Singapore is more popular than other major markets including mainland China, Europe and North America.
InVision's 700 employees. The company doesn't have a physical headquarters — every employee works remotely.

All 700 employees at this startup work remotely. Here’s why one of its top execs says it’s given them a major edge over the competition.

InVision is a 7-year-old software company that has no physical headquarters and whose employees work everywhere from Nigeria to Argentina. "It's about results, not where your IP address is," said InVision's chief people officer, Mark Frein.

The top 30 companies where Ivy League graduates who studied computer science say they most want to work

A recent from study from software company Piazza rounded up the companies that computer science students from schools like MIT, Harvard, Stanford, University of Texas Austin, and Georgia Tech are most interested in working for.
A fake Chinese banknote is seen in a market in a shopping district on August 28, 2015 in Beijing, China

China is offering long-term visas to select foreigners to boost its economy

China has begun offering five-year visas for ethnic Chinese foreigners, and up to 10-year visas for "high-end" foreign talent.

21 countries that are highly likely to poach skilled workers from the US

These countries are all adept at attracting talent from around the world — including the United States.

There’s a counterintuitive downside to asking recruiters to find your next employee

LinkedIn surveyed 14,000 professionals around the world and determined exactly what top job candidates want from the job application process.

Hedge funds are having trouble hiring, and it’s changing the Wall Street ecosystem

Talent coming from the sell side isn't as dominate as it used to be.

The countries with the world’s best digital brands

The Index measures nations in five dimensions: tourism, talent, exports, investment, and national prominence.