News & Opinions
Manila: Through The Eyes of Young Unionists
Some 42 young unionists now have a better appreciation of Singapore’s Labour Movement and our country’s role in regional development following an overseas visit to Manila, Philippines.
Great F&B Deals to Help You Keep Cost Down
Heard about the fantastic deals from NTUC Foodfare and Kopitiam to help working people save on meals and beverages?
Getting To Know Surbana Jurong
Some young unionists learn about how technology and good labour-management relations are helping Singaporean urban and infrastructure development company Surbana Jurong stay competitive in the region.
Company Training Committees and 50 cent Kopi for Workers
In the annual media briefing ahead of the May Day Rally, the Labour Movement reinforces its intention to help workers deal with workplace transformation and manage the cost of living.
Youth Conversations: Budget 2019
Young NTUC activists join NTUC Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng for a discussion about Budget 2019.
Budget 2019: What’s in it for You
We bring you the highlights that matter to us working folk, direct from the Budget 2019 speech.
Live & Learn
Credit Score Facts & Myths
Your credit score is a number used by banks and financial institutions as an indicator of how you are likely to repay your debts and the probability of going into default. Here are 5 of the most popular credit score myths that could give you a better idea of what you are in for.
The Various Types of Credit Facilities
Find out about the various types of commonly used credit facilities offered in Singapore and make better informed decisions on credit-related matters.
Internships: The Walk from School to Work
Three youths share how their internships have given them a career headstart.
The Road Out of Debt
Often times, we do not realise the implications of not paying our credit card bills in full and on time. Find out how this implicates our credit score and the way towards a healthy credit score.
3 Credit Cards Myths that could be holding you back
Credit cards, like any financial product, seem to create uncertainty for people. There are myths running rampant that loans and debts are tantamount with credit cards. Here are 3 of the most popular credit card myths that could give you a better idea of what you’re signing up for.
All I want for Christmas is a Good Credit Score
The wonderful time of the year is here to grace Singapore once again. Here are some tips on how to make the festive season a frugal yet fulfilling one.
Up Close & Personal
Up Your Career in 2019
You’ll not want to miss the valuable tips and advice from these prominent experts from the business world.
SkinnyBlooms: Breaking Traditional Business Rules
Home-based florist Lenice Tan (@skinnyblooms) shares how she turned a passion into a career with Instagram.
Would you Consider a Career in Sustainability?
Tracy Yeow did, and she’s enjoying her new career thanks to knowledge picked up from the Sustainability Professionals Programme she attended.
Solution Architect: Creating the ‘Aha’ Moments
Surprise, surprise, Newson Ng from Microsoft says his job is not all about the technologies.
Life in the Fast Data and Digital Lane
“A lot of times, data is just there. You need to have that curiosity in your mind to dig deeper and crunch the numbers,” says digital marketing manager Jesslyn Kwong.
Give This Guy a Ring the Next Time Your Office Smells Funny
Izdihar Jamil clears the air about what he does on the job as an air quality assistant engineer with AxionTAB.


18.35 Activism
Young Union Leaders
Giving Back in His Own Way
Staff Union of NTUC-ARU Youth Delegate Alan Yong has always been one to look at ways to give back to the community.
Young SRCEU Union Leader Speaks Out
What does servant leadership mean? It means to put the welfare of those under your care before your own – a concept very familiar to SRCEU Exco Member Joel Liang.
The Young Unionist
Young Singapore Teachers’ Union leader Goh Huishan opens up on how interacting with members and fellow young unionists has helped broaden her perspectives.
Young Activists
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.
Carving a Career in the Digital Space
Social media entrepreneur Smith Leong takes his work offline to help youths make sense of the evolving digital space.
Letting Their Actions Show They Care
For youth activists Goh Geng Ting and Ashley Lee, volunteerism has been their way of making a positive impact in the lives of others.