The Apprentice reality TV comes to Asia
If you feel your career is going nowhere and you need a high-profile assessment, this might be just the break you have been looking for.
Property mogul Donald Trump's long-running reality-television show The Apprentice is coming to Asia.
The show will air on AXN Asia and the station is looking for candidates to enter the competition. Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes, of AirAsia, will be the host.
Following the United States show's model, the winner will land a dream six-figure-salary job under Fernandes, who was named Asia's businessman of the year in 2010 by Forbes magazine.
Entrants should be at least 21 years old, living or working in Asia and speak fluent English. Application forms can be found at axn-asia.com/TheApprenticeAsia and applicants must also send in a self-introduction video of no longer than four minutes.
The deadline for applications is midnight, Singapore time, on December 16. The series will be filmed early next year and be shown in May.