About 3,500 workers were made redundant in the third quarter - up from 2,410 in the preceding quarter and 2,710 in the corresponding period a year ago - but the overall unemployment rate remained low at 2 per cent, said the MOM.
NTUC Deputy Secretary-General Heng Chee How also urges employers to do "whatever is necessary" to re-employ workers older than 65 years old.
The Manpower Minister said that though the labour market outlook remains positive, it would get harder for businesses to find the required manpower from 2020, when the local labour force growth rate starts to plateau.
The Amore, the last executive condominium on the market with a resale levy, is selling at S$780 to S$800 per square foot.
Ms Fu, one of Silicon Valley's youngest venture capitalists, said the extensive Asian consumer base here already presents growth opportunities.
The site, situated underneath a flyover at Jurong Hill, spans slightly more than 5,900 square metres, with a monthly rental of about S$3,900.
Already at the centre of the Asian growth story, Singapore's capital markets are expected to grow even stronger.
Non-landed units accounted for 65.4 per cent of private homes in the mortgagee listings, including condominiums in prime areas such as Marina Bay and Sentosa Cove, as well as those in districts 9 and 10.
The data centre REIT opened at 98 cents per share, and is the first such REIT to be listed in Asia.
The Korean tax refund services firm has been appointed as a central refund agent by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.