Here's what we are doing about It
Youths care deeply about societal issues and the future of our country. These issues will impact ourselves and the people around us. Learn more about what fellow youths are doing below. Do your part to join the conversation and take action.
SkillsFuture Series to focus on digital, green, care economies from 2023
The three economies were identified as emerging industry trends and developments following a report published by SkillsFuture Singapore.
National Mentoring Summit
The 4th edition of the annual National Mentoring Summit will bring together all stakeholders in the mentoring ecosystem to discuss how we can contribute towards the growth of our next generation.
Working as Bus Captain
Being a bus captain is rarely what one would call a dream job. But for this group of 20-somethings bus captains, it says otherwise.
CNA Youth Forum with DPM Wong
Students and young working adults discussed with DPM Lawrence Wong their views on pressing challenges confronting their generation
More work-study diplomas, ‘higher quality’ vocational instruction to tackle starting pay gap
To combat earning gaps between the ITE, polytechnic and university graduates, the government will use a two-pronged approach.
Implications of “Quiet Quitting”
The term “quiet quitting” was first popularised in July 2022, receiving a mix of responses. But what exactly is quiet quitting? Is this act ideal in countering the dangers of hustle culture?
Issue in Spotlight
Jobs & the Future of Work
Why This Matters
93% of youths view having a successful career an important life goal, but only 52% feel equipped for the future economy¹. COVID-19 has impacted the job prospects of youths, with youths reporting increased challenges in securing employment, especially fresh graduates aged 20-24 years old².
Amidst uncertainty, we want to equip ourselves for the future economy.