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  1. Ms Roszana Ali (right) has her best friend, Juni Syafiqah Jumat, to thank for the job introduction.

    Jobless for 7 years, woman with cerebral palsy finds hope, faces new hurdles

    After getting rejected for jobs because she was ‘very slow’ or hard to understand, Roszana Ali had given up on finding work — until food delivery ...
  2. Mohammed Hanif has worked in Singapore for 13 years now.

    Yishun cleaner makes sacrifices for a better tomorrow, gets support for a better today

    In the estate he cleans, Mohammed Hanif is not just any foreign worker but a friend, and even family. It has made a big difference to a young man ...
  3. Rain in Singapore CBD

    MOM to focus on career mobility for all workers

    Manpower Minister Josephine Teo says that more emphasis will be placed on helping all workers to improve opportunities and widen career tracks.
  4. Malaysia graduates job fair generic

    Salaries fall for Malaysian fresh graduates amid labour mismatch

  5. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: How working remotely turned me into a monster

    Flexible working is an unspeakable nightmare. Give me an office any day, says the Financial Times' Jo Ellison.
  6. Some foreign domestic workers have borrowed from moneylenders indiscriminately.

    Borrowing, brokering, lending: Inside the tangled web of maids and moneylenders

    With the spike in the number of foreign domestic workers borrowing from licensed moneylenders, some have found a lucrative side income while ...
  7. OTRD lift technicians main

    To keep HDB lifts working, they risk their safety time and again

    These lift technicians are exposed to occupational hazards like falls and electric shocks to ensure that residents have smooth and safe rides, as ...
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    CPF Board can do better in communicating messages on payouts: Josephine Teo

  9. Underwater currents, strong winds and even heavy rain add uncertainty to commercial diving jobs.

    For a pay packet, they risk drowning, crocodile attacks and being hit by ships

    They are in one of the world’s most dangerous occupations, but these divers want to do what they love and go to sea, as On The Red Dot discovers.
  10. Rope access professionals do a range of jobs, from cleaning building facades to executing rescues.

    To do their job, they dangle from high-rise buildings by just a rope

    These technicians risk their lives every time they go to work, and go to great lengths to perform tasks few dare to, in places few can reach. On ...