According to the report
"Professionals will be in high demand in the chemicals, pharmaceuticals and medical device industries this year, according to the latest Robert Walters Global Salary Survey."
Question is what has happened to all the Singaporeans trained in these areas? Why aren't they applying? The answer probably is, they are no longer in
It also says
"Also in high demand in
But the reader should also be told, which conveniently they are not, is the fact that
Once again, just as any country small or large struggling with a disgraced reputation, one where the judiciary routinely abuses the law to persecute political opponents, where elementary school dropouts with guns in police uniforms-Singapore police- stop and harass anyone they want anytime, where the locals have no Constitutional rights; the fact is Singapore is a third rate country where all those with any sound heads on their shoulders have all left for settlement abroad.
The consequence of this headlong determination to silence dissent by the dictator Lee Kuan Yew is that educated skilled locals have no respect for this administration and have all left. And the government is left with no choice but to bring in third rate professionals from poverty stricken third rate countries to enter these professions. Now you see doctors from
The end result, standards drops, quality drops. What you are left with is a temporary work force with no idea about human rights and prepared to live and work as Lee Kuan Yew's coolies. Most of them are there because no other country will employ them.
You are quickly ending up with a majority foreign population and work force, not because there are no skilled Singaporeans available, but because they don’t want to live as “digits” as Lee Kuan Yew had once called them. For once, I think he was honest in his description.
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A Singaporean in Exile
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