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Painful experience of a local PMET working in financial sector

Painful experience of a local PMET working in financial sector

Globalisation has reared its ugly head in Singapore for the past few years and many PMETs increasingly find themselves being replaced by cheaper workers from abroad. I am just an ordinary true blue Singaporean who started work in the private sector in  1998 after having completed my Navy contract of six and a half years. I... 

Then = sales manager $4000, now = dishwasher $6/hour

Then = sales manager $4000, now = dishwasher $6/hour

I have met up with Kelvin thrice so far and am always  amazed at his survival instinct and determination to look at the bright side  of life despite the adverse odds that plagued him these past few years.   Kelvin is an avid reader of our Transitioning. Org blog.   The fact that we are born on the same year – 1961 also... 

The Parable of the Village

The Parable of the Village

A long long time ago in a faraway land, there lived a coastal village. The village had recently been emancipated from a declining empire. The villagers were distraughted. However among them rose a charismatic and brilliant young man. He was a wise man far beyond his years, having undergone years of training under one of the... 



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