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  1. Income growth slows in Singapore; median salary now above S$4,500: MOM report | Video
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    Income growth slows in Singapore; median salary now above S$4,500: MOM report | Video

    Workers in Singapore received a bump of 2.2 per cent in their income in 2019, according to the Labour Force in Singapore Advance Release report ...
  2. Mr Ong Ai Wah skips meals to save enough to provide for his family

    The Big Read: Unable to make ends meet on their own, low-income households find ways to get by

    Observers and experts noted that it remains a challenge for the Government and the community to reach out to low-income households who may be ...
  3. HDB flats

    Singapore household incomes grew in 2018, income inequality stable

    Those in the 71st to 90th percentile income groups enjoyed higher real wage growth.
  4. A Wells Fargo logo is seen in New York City

    Wells Fargo's 2019 net interest income dependent on loan growth, deposits: CFO

    Wells Fargo & Co expects its net interest income, a key measure of bank profitability, to be up or down 2 percent for the year in 2019, depending ...
  5. Singapore crowd file

    Incomes in Singapore up, with median salary rising above S$4,400: MOM report

  6. Cleaner

    Government accepts recommendations on mandatory bonus for cleaners

    Come 2020, cleaning companies will have to give cleaners a mandatory annual bonus.
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    Singapore's household income grew in 2017, income inequality unchanged: Singstat

    But slower household income growth, especially for the bottom 50 per cent of households, raise some concerns, economists say.
  8. NUS graduation 2

    NUS tops Asia university ranking for second year running

    The National University of Singapore fended off competition from China's 'Beijing giants' to defend its top spot in the rankings, the Times Higher ...
  9. Mongolia dzud

    Severe winter killing off livestock in Mongolia

    This is the second consecutive year that the landlocked country is grappling with such severe weather conditions, known as the "dzud".