In countries such as Singapore, the government is already heavily subsidising retraining to ensure that everyone has relevant and in-demand skills.
Thanks Quincy for this article.
Louis Chew

I’m glad that some countries are being proactive about the changing economy (or the economy that we are already in, if you think about it). The past administration pushed STEM for growing the economy; however, my understanding of the current administration is that it believes that creating manufacturing jobs will reinvigorate the economy and, as such, is not preparing people for developing new skills.

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