Singapore Business Review | 21 September 2018
Faced with an ageing population and a crunch in high-tech workers, Singapore is still on the lookout for foreign talent to deal with software programming whilst the city-state is still improving its education system to cope with future demands, Bloomberg reported.
Education minister Ong Ye Kung thinks that a key issue is whether the Lion City has a critical mass of workers that could beef up the economy to lure investments and encourage businesses.
“Talent is very short everywhere in the world — AI talent, software programmers,” Ong said in an interview.
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