I had not been accessing this email for a while – created this email only for communications for you because I wanted a veil.
Logged in today because I read your interview, a couple of days ago, with a returning HK banker. I pondered hard if I should re-initiate communications with you. I wanted to salute you for your perseverance.
I am still looking for a job. Unfortunately. But I had stopped approaching the various government agencies.
I stopped providing them feedback on my situation hoping changes will be made.
After each interaction with them, I feel demoralised. They are not helping and not listening.
I do not intend to hide behind my veil any longer because I think I did my best in my job search thus far, did no wrong and did face discrimination. I am not Apple Jia as you must have guessed. I am June (name changed).
My undergrad is not from a Ivy league school in Europe but from NTU/NUS. My MBA is from a top 5 business school in Europe. The discrimination I face is not just Singaporeans vs non-Singaporeans but also elite vs non-elite.
I am not giving up but still keeping my chin up and looking for job.
Wanted to drop you this email saluting your perseverance and maintaining your website. Early this year, I gave up hoping employment laws will change in my favour.
But I have bills to pay and dreams to create will have to keep looking for a job.
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