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The Value of a Gap Year

By Desiree Yang

If you’ve been through Singapore’s education system, chances are, you’ve been through a dozen or so years of formal education before you enter university. For some, the thought of diving head-first into a three or four-year degree can be mighty daunting after studying for so long. Instead, all you might really want is a well-deserved break from the academic treadmill and a chance to let your tortured brain recuperate. (Read More Here!)

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A Tribute to Single Working Parents

By Jeremy Cheong

Single working parents unite! In the US, 21 March as National Single Parents Day to create awareness of the need to applaud what hardworking single parents do each and every day in raising their children. In honour and recognition of the hard work and sacrifices of single parenting, as a society we should understand that raising children is no easy feat in today’s world, and what more as single working parent. (Read More Here!)

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Office Poll: What Has Working Life Taught You?

By: Png Han Yong

Working life teaches us many lessons. Some are more straightforward, while others come only after much experience.

Although we spend the majority of our adult lives working, we may not realise that our everyday actions at work can also provide valuable insights about other areas of our lives, if we only take the time to step back and reflect.

The JobsCentral Content Team share some of the gems of knowledge they have picked up:

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