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Migration does a world of good (Sunday Times 18 Oct)

Migration does a world of good (Sunday Times 18 Oct)

Migration does a world of good Migrant workers do improve their own lives and economies of host countries: UN report By Tan Dawn Wei When Annie left her parents, husband and young children in Solo, Indonesia, to make that trip to [...]

Lost your job? Here’s what to do (Readers Digest Oct 09)

Lost your job? Here’s what to do (Readers Digest Oct 09)

(Our website www.transitioning.org was featured in this article below) Lost Your Job? Here's what to do by Chloë Bryan-Brown October 2009 Former hotel manager Simon Laurie joined a hotel and catering multinational when he was 25. “I [...]

Colleges fight for Chinese students (Asiaone 14 Oct)

Colleges fight for Chinese students (Asiaone 14 Oct)

Colleges fight for Chinese students Wed, Oct 14, 2009 China Daily/Asia News Network By Wang Wei Competition between international universities is heating up, as China grows as one of the largest exporters of students aiming to study [...]

25 Things I Learned About Business from “Its Always Sunny” (Focus Editors)

25 Things I Learned About Business from “Its Always Sunny” (Focus Editors)

Fans of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia might chuckle at the idea of gleaning serious business advice from such a silly show. Between Frank’s bluntness and Deandra’s cluelessness, the characters are hardly captains of industry. But a [...]

Distrust stops students from seeking help (Today 15 Oct)

Distrust stops students from seeking help (Today 15 Oct)

Distrust stops students from seeking help They fear stigma, don't believe their problems are kept confidential: Survey 05:55 AM Oct 15, 2009 by Leong Wee Keat SINGAPORE - On Monday, a Primary 5 boy revealed to a school counsellor that he [...]

Students distressed by public canings just days before exams (Asiaone 13 Oct)

Students distressed by public canings just days before exams (Asiaone 13 Oct)

Students distressed by public canings just days before exams Some primary school students were left traumatised after two public canings were carried out at their school, just a few days before the exams. Parents of distraught kids wondered [...]

Concerns raised about possible abuse of Jobs Credit Scheme (CNA 11 Oct)

Concerns raised about possible abuse of Jobs Credit Scheme (CNA 11 Oct)

By Hoe Yeen Nie, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 11 October 2009 2055 hrs Concerns raised over possible abuse of Jobs Credit Scheme SINGAPORE : The government is looking into whether the Jobs Credit Scheme fits into its long-term economic strategy [...]

Eight elite Aussie unis in Top 100 (The Australian 8 Oct)

Eight elite Aussie unis in Top 100 (The Australian 8 Oct)

University Of Western Australia photo Eight elite Aussie unis in top 100 Luke Slattery | October 08, 2009 Article from: The Australian DESPITE a hammering in the Asian media over student safety, and fears for the higher education [...]

Norways world’s best place to live, Niger worst (News.com.au 5 Oct)

Norways world’s best place to live, Niger worst (News.com.au 5 Oct)

Norway world's best place to live, Niger worst Agence France-Presse October 05, 2009 02:46pm Norway retains most desireable status Australia comes second Niger the world's least desirable NORWAY has retained its status as the world's [...]

Lessons from get-rich courses (Sunday Times 4 Oct)

Oct 4, 2009 small change Lessons from get-rich courses Moneymaking classes can impart strategies but can't buy you time or teach self-discipline By Lorna Tan, Senior Correspondent It is difficult to ignore the many advertisements in the [...]

Wanted: Non-Singaporean (The Star 3 Oct)

Wanted: Non-Singaporean (The Star 3 Oct)

ASIAONE / BUSINESS / NEWS / OFFICE / STORY Sat, Oct 03, 2009 The Star/Asia News Network Wanted: Non-Singaporean By Seah Cheang Nee AN ELECTRONICS firm that advertised last week for a 'preferably non-Singaporean' engineer has added fuel [...]

Second medical school aims to groom clinician-scientists (Today 29 Sep)

New way of thinking Second medical school aims to groom clinician-scientists 05:55 AM Sep 29, 2009 by Neo Chai Chin IN 2011, when the first batch of students from the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School (GMS) graduates, patients will likely see [...]

Story from a divorced man (Smart Marriages)

On the fallout of divorce, the following comes from a Smart Marriages regular who is participating in my online Art of Loving Well workshop. His poignant response comes after reading "A Distant Bell" by Elizabeth Enright, a story about all that goes [...]

Job seekers in their 30s need reality check (Sunday Times 27 Sep)

Job seekers in their 30s need reality check (Sunday Times 27 Sep)

Job seekers in their 30s need reality check Experts advise lowering pay expectations as jobless rate for those in 30-39 age group goes up By Shuli Sudderuddin When Ms Cindy Lim was retrenched from her job in logistics in April, she realised [...]

How much is a burger worth? (ST 26 Sep)

How much is a burger worth? (ST 26 Sep)

How much is a burger worth? According to a recent UBS survey, Singaporeans can afford to buy less than what people in many other cities can because prices here have risen more than wages. Sue-Ann Chia and Alvin Foo examine the data and explain [...]

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