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Qualifications stigma

Qualifications stigma

Everyone acknowledges that education is important for survival and getting good jobs but where do we draw the line as to how much education is enough to survive in a world that is constantly changing and where carbon copies of graduates are just numbers in workforce statistics? Sure, we have programs, events, projects and CCAs... 

Foreign talent issue head-on

Foreign talent issue head-on

Despite excelling in many areas as a nation like providing business opportunities, world-class infrastructures and producing whizz kids, Singapore has yet to cement its place as a country that produces and exports talent. Dissappointingly, the opposite is more true than not. On paper and in the news, it looks as though we are... 

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