The Independent Singapore / 46-year-old jobless PMET suffering from depression

The Independent Singapore, jobless, PMET, depression
The Independent Singapore / 46-year-old jobless PMET suffering from depression
The Independent Singapore, jobless, PMET, depression
The Independent Singapore / 46-year-old jobless PMET suffering from depression

Since the contributor knows that he lacks relevant skills and experience, why not go for skills upgrading course so that he can match most of the jobs’ requirements? Isn’t that more beneficial than wallowing in sorrow?

Reference:
“From Jan 1, it will open a Future Jobs, Skills and Training department to gather data on specific companies and industries where new investments and jobs will be over a three year timeframe. It will work with unions, professional associations, government agencies, consultancies and educational institutes to identify these opportunities, said National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) assistant secretary-general Patrick Tay…” —
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/new-ntuc-unit-will-focus-on-future-job-opportunities-and-training-needs-for-workers

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