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Flexible working could contribute S$54.8b to Singapore economy by 2030

Report from Regus adds that 73,000 more jobs are likely to be created in this category in the Republic by then


A STUDY of flexible working in 16 markets has found that this non-traditional working arrangement could contribute S$54.8 billion to the Singapore economy come 2030.

Regus, the global workplace provider which commissioned the study, said in a press release on Wednesday...

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