Building A Career

We talk to two Singaporeans, who made a mid-career switch to a job out at sea, to find out how they are faring.

When 58-year-old Tay Bee Tuan started working with NTUC First Campus, formerly known as NTUC Childcare, she never thought that she would end up teaching there for 37 years!

Taking care of younger children seemed like a step back in her career as a preschool teacher to some of her friends, especially considering that she has a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. But 27-year-old Noor Hasni Osman did not mind because that is where her passion is.

As part of our ongoing series featuring insights from top business leaders in NTUC’s U Circle of Friends network, we speak to LinkedIn’s managing director for Asia Pacific.

In an increasingly borderless digital world, how can working professionals adapt and even stand out from the crowd? We catch up with Ilja Rijnen, Edrington’s HR director for Asia Pacific and India to hear what he has to say.

NTUC’s e2i (Employment and Employability Institute) helps one working Singaporean get a second chance to secure his dream job.

To celebrate 10 years of awesome, here’s a quick throwback on nEbO’s milestones over the years!

Story by Avelyn Ng “The resources and the showcasing platforms provided by nEbO are hard to come by. Without them, our ideas will just remain as ideas,” shared Yong Shun. (Photo Source: NTUC This Week) Poh Yong Shun, now 20, was a soft-spoken youth during his secondary school days. That started to change after he...

“I have always enjoyed the sciences since young and I take a lot of pleasure in pushing boundaries, especially in expanding what humans can achieve,” says Lynette Tan, who works in Singapore’s space technology industry.

Know someone keen on a career in the hospitality line? Do let them know about NTUC e2i’s (Employment and Employability Institute) Hotel Week happening from 17 to 21 July!