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Tech talent most in demand as Singapore hiring picks up in 2022: Surveys

Straits Times 06 Dec 2021
SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - As Singapore hiring activity picks up in 2022 and workers look to switch jobs, tech talent will be particularly in demand, according to two surveys by recruitment firms released on Monday (Dec 6) ... director for technology recruitment Daljit Sall.
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Israeli receives award set up in memory of 'father of biomedical sciences' here

Straits Times 30 Nov 2021
An Israeli Nobel laureate yesterday received a prestigious award that was established in memory of a late molecular biologist widely regarded as the "father of biomedical sciences in Singapore" ... He was one of the recipients of the 2019 Public Service Medal for his contributions to Singapore's scientific talent strategy.
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New programme for Tampines residents to help them adopt and sustain healthy lifestyle changes

Straits Times 27 Nov 2021
SINGAPORE - A doctor can tell a�patient how to tackle certain shortcomings after a health screening but the person may not have discipline to adopt and sustain new habits ... The free programme, which targets to recruit 250 participants for a start, is open to Tampines residents who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents above 40 years old.
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Free health initiative helps Tampines residents with lifestyle changes

Straits Times 27 Nov 2021
The free programme, which targets to recruit 250 participants for a start, is open to Tampines residents who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents aged above 40 ... Dr Koh said ... Partners of the programme include Changi General Hospital, Health Promotion Board, Tampines GRC and Sport Singapore ... ....
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Singapore runs short of nurses, nursing in high demand globally

The Times of India 25 Nov 2021
SINGAPORE. Singapore hospitals and clinics are so desperate for nurses that at least one private hospital group is offering a "finder's fee" of 12,000 Singapore dollars ($8,760) for staff to help recruit an experienced nurse ... Hence, it has resorted to offering a finder's fee to recruit more nurses.
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Singapore runs short of nurses, nursing in high demand globallyThe Covid-19 pandemic has worsened the ...

Deccan Herald 25 Nov 2021
Singapore hospitals and clinics are so desperate for nurses that at least one private hospital group is offering a "finder's fee" of 12,000 Singapore dollars ($8,760) for staff to help recruit an experienced nurse ... Last year, for the first time in more than two decades, Singapore experienced a drop in the number of nurses working here ... Singapore.
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Singapore's first tuition-free computer science programme to be launched by 2022

Straits Times 23 Nov 2021
The first cohort of 150 students under the new programme in Singapore is expected to start by the end of 2022, with recruitment done through one or more admissions exercises a year, said SUTD in a statement on Tuesday (Nov 23) ... "Since last year, the autonomous universities (in Singapore) have expanded their practice of aptitude-based admissions.
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S'pore's first free computer science programme to be launched by 2022

Straits Times 23 Nov 2021
People can expect to sign up for Singapore's first free and teacher-less computer science programme by next year ... The first cohort of 150 students under the new programme in Singapore is expected to start by the end of next year, with recruitment done through one or more admission exercises a year, said SUTD in a statement yesterday.
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Jet engine maker GE Aviation to hire more than 300 workers next year

Straits Times 22 Nov 2021
SINGAPORE - Aircraft engine manufacturer GE Aviation will hire more than 300 workers here next year as the aerospace sector continues its recovery from the devastating impact of Covid-19 ... But it has begun recruiting again, with about 260 jobs filled between January and September this year, GE Aviation Singapore managing director Iain Rodgers said.
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RightShip Eyes Zero Harm Maritime Sector with New Singapore Innovation

The Maritime Executive 22 Nov 2021
RightShip, the world’s biggest third-party maritime risk assessment and due diligence organisation, strengthens its presence in Asia-Pacific (APAC) by announcing the opening of its Singapore office ... Situated in downtown CBD, the office has the capacity to host 28 employees, with a view to expand recruitment in the region further.
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Housework may promote health in old age, study suggests

The Observer 22 Nov 2021
The team randomly recruited adults from the town of Yishun in Singapore, and asked them to complete cognitive function tests as well as activities to assess their physical capabilities, such as standing up from a chair as quickly as they could.
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Vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 may be available from January

Straits Times 20 Nov 2021
A Covid-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11 may be available from January, said Singapore's director of medical services Kenneth Mak yesterday ... 150 Number of children in Singapore who have been recruited for a study to determine how best to operationalise the inoculation of children, and the safety and efficacy of the vaccine.
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Stagwell (STGW) Accelerates Asia-Pacific Growth with Opening of New Global Office in Singapore

The Salamanca Press 19 Nov 2021
Randy's experience and long-term engagements in Singapore will serve our network well." ... Duax joined Stagwell (formerly MDC Partners Inc.) in 2016 as SVP, Talent and Recruiting from WPP, where he served as Talent Director of Asia Pacific and was responsible for senior executive recruitment across Singapore, Shanghai, Sydney and Tokyo.
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KKH recruiting children aged 5 to 11 for Covid-19 vaccination trial

Straits Times 16 Nov 2021
SINGAPORE - A Covid-19 vaccination trial to be conducted among younger Singapore children to roll out the Pfizer vaccine has started recruiting recipients ... Singapore recently inked a supply agreement with Pfizer for its paediatric vaccine meant for children aged five to 11, Mr Ong ...
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