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To many old folks in Singapore, the road to a good life used to be to study hard, get a nice, cushy PMET job and then live out the rest of your days in an office building in Shenton Way.
If you are currently looking for work, you’ve probably run into a few contract positions that seem to fit your skills and experience. The big problem is, these jobs are available on a contract basis only, perhaps for 6 months to 1 year. Is it a good idea to take up a job like that?
Young Singaporeans embarking on new careers to become PMETs have found that things have not exactly panned out the way they thought they would. Here’s how you can prevent that early on in your career