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SMU, JP Morgan suggest 3 tasks to ease Singapore's skills shortage

Innovation-driven growth requires better use of technology and even less reliance on foreign workers, they say

SMU president Arnoud De Meyer says the education system needs to put greater stress on curiosity, creativity and adaptability.


SINGAPORE needs to do three things to tackle its skills shortage - cut its dependence on foreign workers by even more, ease the pace of change in industry policy and focus on soft and cross-job skills.

These three areas were identified by Singapore Management University

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