Must Visit in the beautiful and most popular Asian Country – Singapore

Singapore could be an alternative for your vacation due to many fun tourist attractions in this country. Singapore has been recorded among foreign tourists as an attractive tourist destination. Singapore has a well-developed tourism industry, as a cosmopolitan city that highlight racial and cultural harmony. Cultural differences reflect a rich colonial history and the ethnic […]

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230 needy ITE students to benefit from education fund in 2013

The S R Nathan Education Upliftment Fund is expected to benefit some 230 needy ITE students this year, up from 180 last year. The fund is given out through the ITE Monthly Financial Assistance Scheme, which provides a S$150 monthly allowance. ITE said the fund helps ease the students’ financial burden, allowing them to focus […]

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SHATEC to launch programmes to make tourism jobs more attractive

Plans are afoot to help ease the labour crunch in the hospitality and tourism sector. Training institute SHATEC will be launching programmes to make tourism jobs more attractive. Plans are afoot to help ease the labour crunch in the hospitality and tourism sector. Speaking at SHATEC’s 30th anniversary celebration on Tuesday, Singapore’s Trade and Industry […]

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2 in 5 young Singaporeans struggle finding jobs

Are companies to blame? According to the Randstad Workmonitor Report for Q2 2013, job prospects for young people (aged 25 or younger) in Singapore are the brightest globally, with only two in five (44 percent) signalling it is difficult for young people to find work. Respondents in Singapore were the most optimistic of the 32 […]

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More firms and workers find training useful, but fewer see better career outcomes

More firms and workers are finding Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) training useful, though fewer workers are reporting better career outcomes such as pay rises and promotions, according to an annual survey by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) released on Thursday. The survey of 1,400 companies and 8,400 trainee workers found that in 2012, […]

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