Young NTUC Career Guides Share How Singapore Workers Can Succeed Abroad
Living and working abroad has become increasingly popular. According to the United Nations, there were some 258 million international migrants worldwide in 2017. 2 career guides shared their perspectives on working in the region and how youths can better prepare themselves for the experience.
Learning Journey: Takeaways from Circles.Life
Young, imaginative, driven – this sums up Asia’s first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). A fully digital telco and consumer company, the Singapore-based Circles.Life created a buzz among the Young NTUC crowd. What are the takeaways from them?
Help! I'm in a Toxic Work Relationship
Like a toxic friendship or romance, a toxic work relationship can drain you and leave you feeling short-changed. Here are some ways to manage a toxic work relationship so it will not bring you or your career down.
5 Ways to Set Boundaries for Your Workaholic Boss
You want to be considered every inch the dedicated worker that you are. Yet, working for and working like your workaholic boss can be a strain on body and soul. What is to be done?
We give you tips on how to set boundaries without jeopardising your career.
A Millennial’s First Home
Read on to know more about affording a HDB flat or executive condominium, both which millennials like yourself are more likely to purchase for their first homes!
10 Ways to Stay (Mentally) Strong
Of those stressed in Singapore, more than 1 in 10 say they cannot manage their stress. All this mental and emotional strain have taken their toll. It is clear we need to take care better of ourselves, beginning with our minds.
Smart Nation: How to protect your online identity
While many of the online processes in Singapore are now seamless and safer than in the past, the risk of identity fraud still remains, hence extra effort should be made to protect your identity on the internet.
Goni Room – Where One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Cash
Meet 24-year-old Soufi A’aliyah and 33-year-old Afiq Ayub. The Millennials are unlikely successors of the karung guni men. Just this year, they started a local collective called Goni Room, reviving the recycling efforts from Singapore’s past.
It is heartwarming to see and know that there are many young individuals out there who appreciate the need for unions, says 31-year-old April Tan.
HSEU-SNEC branch secretary Vincent Loke shares how his world has opened up to new experiences and perspectives after joining the Labour Movement.
Made to Make a Difference
Every once in a while, a youth comes along who tosses every negative stereotype of that generation out of the window. Entitled? No. Narcistic? Never. Soft? Not even close. Instead, 22-year-old Leow Min Chon is thoughtful, altruistic and somewhat of a visionary.
Inspiring and Guiding Youths
Sharon Tan hopes to give back and inspire the next generation of marketers as a career guide with Young NTUC’s Youth Career Network.