The mysteries of banking, markets and foreign exchange became a lot clearer to 20 students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College East after a visit to Citi Singapore's trading premises.
Older workers now have more help to make a mid-career switch, but many still face negative stereotypes and challenges from the growing gig economy.
Staff from the Republic Polytechnic looking at the 3D modelling machine at The Lifelong Learning Festival 2017 held at the Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability (DNIEE) on Oct 28, 2017.ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
NTUC to match 'latent talent pool' with firms offering job trials
After 20 years of being a product engineer in manufacturing, Mr Chong Choon Yew felt a strong urge to switch to social work.
The ABCs every child needs to learn in school today are vastly different from those of just a generation ago.
More help is on the way for professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs) looking for jobs.
There's a reason Singaporean kids wear such thick glasses and are more likely to be seen labouring over assessment books than frolicking at a playground.
Workforce Singapore (WSG) has turned to foreign recruitment firms for help to tackle joblessness among local professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs) here
150 participants shortlisted or get offers at first in series featuring firms with age-friendly practices