Singapore is a land of many varied opportunities. However a recently launched 12-month Income Generating Mentorship Programme is simply irresistible. Just watch and see it blossom because it is destined to be the number one most popular programme in Singapore. Allow me to tell you why. Studying in Singapore
Do you know that more people have become very rich in the Education and Employment business? Many government leaders, business leaders and individuals are getting into these explosive business opportunities. Are you going to miss this earning opportunity?
They have amassed great wealth because they saw two very important trends.
The first important trend is the booming big opportunities. The global education market is estimated to be worth US$ 2.2 trillion. Singapore is well-poised to tap the growing education market because of its strong academic reputation, excellent infrastructure, business hub standing and cosmopolitan society.
Everybody knows that the more you study, the more you earn. So on top of school going students, you can find hundreds of thousands of people between 20 to 49 years old who will be interested in furthering their education.
The number of foreign students from Asia is staggering. Do you know that in 2005 China exported 118,500 students, India more than 100,000 students and Indonesia tens of thousands of students? Singapore is a favourite destination because to them Singapore is nearer than the United States or the United Kingdom and it is less expensive. So you can find many ordinary people who have become agents making good money in the education business.
An article in the Singapore Straits Times on 9 February 2009 mentioned that although the economy is down, foreign student arrivals here are up. It cited an example of a 20 year old Indian student who initially wanted to study in Britain but her parents decided to send her to Singapore to study at a private school for a British degree at one third of the price.
On the same day, the newspapers also reported that education is proving to be a recession-proof business. It mentioned that student recruitment agents noted that Asian parents are continuing to spend on education, despite the recession, even if they have to make other sacrifices.
The second important trend is the serious big problems of unemployment and retrenchment. Thus people need a job. So if you give them a job they will pay you for it.
Take for example the nurses in India and China. They may be paid say around S$ 200 per month. Some of them may therefore decide to come to Singapore where a nurse may be paid say close to S$2,000 per month. So if you can help them by getting a job for them and giving them training you can make a good income.
Therefore, if you can identify the two trends above you can make money too. Harriet is a licensed private business school as well as a registered employment agency in Singapore. It has 73 educational and employment products but does not have enough Certified Educational Consultants to help them.
Therefore you might consider being a Certified Educational Consultant and a Certified Business Coach with Harriet. You can earn a good monthly income when you follow (copy) their proven tried and tested methods and learn the trade secrets. Anybody can earn good income month after month while keeping their job.
The programme is not meant to help make you into a millionaire but it can help you earn a good income. It comes with training sessions and certification, it provides 12 months of mentorship and you will get a Certified Coach to guide you step by step.