Tag: Jobs

PM Lee Hsien Loong on economic upgrading and restructuring: “We have the resources, the...

The need for economic upgrading and restructuring has become a national issue that affect every Singaporean. Hence, PM Lee Hsien Loong wanted Singaporeans to...

Singapore millennials say “FOMO” – the fear of missing out – is an urgent...

Singaporean millennials have uttered, texted, typed and tweeted the phrase "FOMO is real" in countless conversations, posts and messages. But instead of having FOMO...

Singaporeans upset over rising retrenchment rates with concurrent influx of foreign professionals

After Singapore’s labour market saw saw higher unemployment and more retrenchments in the second quarter of 2018, Singaporeans attribute much of it to the...

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: The American economy is booming

The United States' Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its monthly Employment Situation Report showing that nonfarm payroll employment rose by 213,000 jobs in...

Will our jobs be replaced by artificial intelligence in the future?

By Boshika Gupta Technology has been good to us. It has allowed people to connect with others thousands of kilometres away and given us gems...

Australia’s unemployment rate rises despite record new jobs

By HR ASIA Australia's unemployment rate rose slightly, to 6.3 per cent, in November, despite the creation of more than 40,000 jobs during the month. The...

Singapore’s jobs paradox

Singapore’s job statistics for the first three months show a mismatch of skills and jobs. There are more people looking for jobs, but there...

Politics, Jobs and Wages in 2013/4

By Kumaran Pillai There are two words that come to my mind when I think of politics in Singapore. It may not be apparent but...

NSP's response to the new 'Fair Consideration Framework'

Singapore 26 September 2013 The National Solidarity Party welcomes the Ministry of Manpower's announcement on 23 September 2013 on the new Fair Consideration Framework (FCF) which...
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Finally, Singaporeans first

By Abhijit Nag "We are putting Singaporeans first," Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his National Day Rally speech on August 14, 2011, three months...
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