Choo Shaun Ming

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Choo Shaun Ming is a law undergraduate at the National University of Singapore. He is concerned about job security and satisfaction in the workforce today.

He feels that the policies of yesteryears are no longer relevant and has stepped forward so as to secure a brighter future for millennials like him.

“Many of my peers or juniors I have spoken to have the opinion that existing policies that have worked for their parents will not work for them. In 1996, Lee Kuan Yew said “There’s a glorious rainbow that beckons those with the spirit of adventure. To the young and to the not so old, I say, look at that horizon, follow that rainbow, go ride it.” When young people like myself look out into the horizon, we see that the rainbow he spoke of doesn’t exist anymore,” says Shaun Ming

An example is the current SkillsFuture scheme. It has not met the needs of a rapidly changing world disrupted by new technology. ShaunMing is keen to explore ways to harness technology to help Singaporeans create careers for themselves that they are excited about. . He believes we need clearer and more realistic solutions, possibly using AI and analytics to harness our local talent pool for the betterment of both individual and the country.

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Choo Shaun Ming

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Chua Chu Kang

About Shaun

Choo Shaun Ming is a law undergraduate at the National University of Singapore. He is concerned about job security and satisfaction in the workforce today.

He feels that the policies of yesteryears are no longer relevant and has stepped forward so as to secure a brighter future for millennials like him.

“Many of my peers or juniors I have spoken to have the opinion that existing policies that have worked for their parents will not work for them. In 1996, Lee Kuan Yew said “There’s a glorious rainbow that beckons those with the spirit of adventure. To the young and to the not so old, I say, look at that horizon, follow that rainbow, go ride it.” When young people like myself look out into the horizon, we see that the rainbow he spoke of doesn’t exist anymore,” says Shaun Ming

An example is the current SkillsFuture scheme. It has not met the needs of a rapidly changing world disrupted by new technology. ShaunMing is keen to explore ways to harness technology to help Singaporeans create careers for themselves that they are excited about. . He believes we need clearer and more realistic solutions, possibly using AI and analytics to harness our local talent pool for the betterment of both individual and the country.

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