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#MOMchats – REACH Kopi Talk with Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Acting Minister for Manpower

In partnership with REACH's series of "Kopi Talk", Singaporean undergraduates got a chance to join Acting Minister for Manpower Mr Tan Chuan-Jin at NTU to discuss "The Future in Singapore - Our Jobs and Aspirations." Held on 22 October 2013, 6.30pm - 8.30pm, at Nanyang Technological University, Student Activities Centre, Block NS3.

What is #MOMchats about?

"The Future in Singapore – Our Jobs and Aspirations"

#MOMchats townhall is a series of public engagement efforts by the Ministry of Manpower to reach out to our stakeholders as well as encourage Singaporeans to be involved in shaping our manpower policies.

The last session was held on 22 October 2013 (Tuesday), in partnership with REACH’s series of “Kopi Talk" sessions. Our Singaporean undergraduates joined Acting Minister for Manpower Mr Tan Chuan-Jin at Nanyang Technological University to discuss “The Future in Singapore – Our Jobs and Aspirations." The participants discussed and exchanged views on issues which are close to their hearts – such as job market expectations, overall employment issues and the attitudes and aptitudes needed to succeed in today’s competitive working environment.

Live updates were posted on Facebook and Twitter during the event.

Poll: What is the biggest challenge that our working population is facing today?

Question: What skills do we need to stay competitive for the next 20 years?

Poll: What is the most important factor for you when it comes to choosing your career?

Question: Does the new FCF mean that we don’t have to worry about competing with foreigners since firms are now required to consider Singaporeans first when looking for employees?