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Singapore best prepared in Asia to deal with ageing and automation threats – but it’s nowhere near the world’s top 3
35% of Singapore's working-age population will be above the age of 50 by 2030.
A new skills framework has been launched to help Singaporeans pick up design, one of the most coveted skills here today
The framework lists the work functions, key tasks, and skills each job role in the design sector requires
Only 15% of Singapore employers are looking to hire in Q3 – but people in public admin and education are in luck
Things aren't looking so great for those in the finance, insurance and real estate sector.
This famous prawn noodle stall’s astounding salary for a new cook might just put fancy restaurants to shame
Normal work hours not guaranteed.
Malaysians are buzzing about a purported SIA recruitment drive offering S$4,500 in salary and allowances
Highly paid Malaysian Singapore Girls? Not everyone is happy about this.
Second place also went to a local company - Changi Airport Group.
Changi Airport Group and SIA are among top 75 employers Singaporeans want to work for – here’s who else made the list
Companies were ranked for work-life balance, financial health and career progression opportunities.
83 per cent of Singaporean employees are anticipating a bonus in 2019, but may have to manage their expectations: Survey
In particular, the banking and finance industry has the largest mismatch in bonus expectations.
A whopping 92% of working Singaporeans are stressed – and women are prioritising families over themselves, study finds
Singaporean women say that their sources of stress are personal finance, too much work and personal health.
Degrees of underemployment: fresh graduates coming into the job market are facing a tough new reality that many are not prepared for
Think all degrees are the same in the eyes of employers in Singapore? Think again.