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Surprise, surprise – Google tops Glassdoor’s list of best workplaces in Singapore, with no local firms in the top 10
Don't we all long for their free lunches?
Real-wage salaries in Singapore expected to grow more next year, thanks to benign inflation: Korn Ferry
Singapore's real-wage salaries could grow by 3.6% next year, up from 3.0%.
Singapore workers now prioritise job security over career development – and Gen Zs prefer exciting careers over high pay
Local job seekers are more concerned about their employability now due to digital disruption and sluggish global growth, the survey found.
Job openings in Singapore have declined – and there were only 94 vacancies for every 100 unemployed people in June
The ministry said that hiring sentiments had turned cautious in Q2.
Half of all Malays, Indians in Singapore feel discriminated against when applying for jobs: IPS survey
According to the survey, the number of Malay and Indian respondents who felt racially discriminated against during job applications and promotions rose between 2013 and 2018.
Coding will soon be compulsory at primary schools – but the class has actually been available since 2014
Students will learn core computational thinking and coding concepts through programming-based lessons, and get exposed to emerging technologies like AI.
3 in 4 Singaporeans say they weren’t taught enough skills to excel at work – and millennials feel the worst prepared
Respondents said this caused them to make mistakes at work, with some even feeling like quitting their job.
More men were retrenched, and the age group with the highest number of retrenched employees were the over 50s.
Many foreign workers said their working conditions were safe, and they were also allowed to make their own food arrangements.
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.