Has globalisation resulted in “economic benefits” being “fairly distributed” to Singaporeans?
Since the 3-year average shows more PMET jobs growth went to locals – why is the actual number of PMET jobs growth not given?
Why is it that “Information and Communications’ jobs” have the highest growth potential, but also has the highest unemployment rate?
Isn’t graduates’ salary of $2,250 kind of low?
So much more “elderly” expect to work longer because of necessity or preference?
Is the unemployment rate down due to new PRs and new citizens granted?
Most of the jobs growth in the last decade went to foreigners, is it worth to upgrade?
The government should set the example to encourage the private sector to follow in helping ex-convicts.
It is time that SPH realized its tough situation.
How can we compare the employment rate in PMET positions of Singaporeans and with that of PRs?