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Workforce Singapore making progress in helping workers displaced by economic restructuring: PM

Mr Lee visited the Lifelong Learning Institute for a first-hand look at WSG's efforts in securing jobs for some 30,000 people

PM Lee was accompanied by the Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo at the Lifelong Learning Institute in Eunos. He said: "We have to work at the domestic services part too because a lot of those are Singapore companies, SMEs, big employment there, and we want to make sure we have programmes to reach them and can upgrade them and the workers in them."

PM Lee with jobseekers who have been placed into new jobs through career support measures. They will also be briefed on Workforce Singapore's efforts to address technology transformation by working with employers and partnering training providers, trade associations and business chambers to equip workers.


WORKFORCE Singapore (WSG) is gaining momentum in its efforts to help workers who are victims of economic restructuring to find new employment, according to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

Some 30,000 people were placed in new jobs under the WSG's Adapt and Grow programmes...

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