It's one of Asia's wealthiest countries and has one the region's lowest unemployment rates. Yet a new survey shows that workers in Singapore feel less committed to their jobs than their Asian peers.
A void is appearing in the upper reaches of the world's biggest and most powerful financial market as banks struggle to replace currency traders suspended or fired during a global investigation into allegations of foreign exchange rate-rigging.
Two out of five UK graduates are still looking for work six months after completing their studies, and one in four are still job hunting a year after graduation - leaving many of them asking whether they made the right choice by pursuing academic studies instead of an apprenticeship.
Optimistic Americans are quitting their jobs, says the Wall Street Journal. This could be good, but employers are not hiring enough to balance it.
People who lie on their resumes appear to be motivated by jealousy for other people who have landed jobs when they haven't, according to experts.
January's employment report was a "disappointment, but not a massive one," Goldman Sachs' chief economist told CNBC on Friday.
There's always a catch!
Amid tensions over rising numbers of foreign workers in Singapore, a survey has revealed domestic firms will focus on hiring locals in 2014.
A significant number of workers in Singapore intend to change jobs in the coming year, according to a new report by recruitment firm Hudson, in the latest sign of tight labor conditions in the city-state.
Who would be the assistant to a bunch of highly-strung, highly-stressed, highly-intelligent, sometimes-arrogant investment bankers ?