Economic growth raises hopes but biggest factor still company performance: Analysts
Is change inevitable?
It's time to focus on the process instead.
Overall, the unemployment rate in September remained at 2.2 per cent after accounting for seasonal variations.
Straits Times senior journalist Angelina Choy held an English Skills masterclass for executives on Dec 7, 2017, that attracted 50 people between ages 20 and 60.
SkillsFuture programme pairs poly, ITE grads with employers
A new study predicts one-quarter of work activities in Singapore being displaced by 2030. But the Republic is also poised to enjoy higher growth and productivity.
While the pioneer leaders were the original architects of Singapore, everyday heroes helped build society here. This is another story about one such person in the series, The Lives They Live.
Singapore ranks 63rd in the latest World Talent Report, released recently by Swiss business school IMD. But there is good news and bad news.
Many private school graduates polled also had lower starting pay compared with their public university peers.