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Over 9 in 10 polytechnic graduates in Singapore found jobs in 2019; those in health sciences have the highest pay: Graduate survey

90.7 per cent of polytechnic graduates who entered the labour force last year found full-time, freelance, or part-time jobs within six months of graduation. 

‘Weed out the minority’: Josephine Teo announces MOM crackdown on workplace discrimination with heavier punishments

After updates to the Fair Consideration Framework (FCF), employers found guilty of discrimination will be barred from hiring new foreign workers for up to 24 months.

Singapore women are earning 6% lesser than men, and its mostly because they have different jobs: MOM

However, the gender pay gap in Singapore is still lower than the latest available figures from countries such as the US, Canada, and China.

Over half of Singaporeans see migrant workers as ‘cultural threat’, and 3 in 4 think there’s no need for them: ILO and UN

Six in 10 Singaporeans felt that migrant workers cannot expect the same pay benefits as local workers.

94% of Singapore’s white-collar workers say earning money is one of their top life goals: Survey

Gone are the days where Singaporeans prioritise owning a car and credit cards. Now, they want a fulfilling career and the opportunity to travel the world.

Close to 90% of foreign workers say they are satisfied with working in Singapore, MOM survey finds

Many foreign workers said their working conditions were safe, and they were also allowed to make their own food arrangements.

Singaporeans must remain open to foreigners, says Heng Swee Keat

Singapore must not propagate the notion that only people exactly like us are our people.

Women in Singapore earn 87 cents for every S$1 earned by men, Glassdoor’s gender pay study reveals

The study of eight nations found that Singapore’s adjusted gender pay gap is on par with the US and UK.

6 in 10 Singaporeans admit that they don’t leave work on time just to ‘show face’

43 per cent of respondents believe that it helps with career advancement.

Singapore parliament: To protect local jobs, Government has to cut foreign worker quota, says Chee Hong Tat

He said jobs for Singaporeans will be lost and socio-political problems could flare up if the country does not control the number of foreign workers here.