11/01/2006

elfred, good news! no need to go china

It's raining jobs this year This is the headline of the Today paper. 123,100 jobs were created before the year is over. Wow. Who needs job? Have no fear, jobs are aplenty. Now this must be great news for Elfred. No need to go for posting to China. And for those who are complaining about the IRs, look at the good things they are doing to our job market. And they haven't started yet. Still several years away and the benefits are already kicking in. Imagine when the IRs are up and the multiplier effect does its work. Singaporeans are in for a good time. The future is so promising. I am going to can this thread for good. And no more jumpers. The problem will solve by itself with jobs everywhere. And we can afford to have more foreign talents too. Now I am feeling so high.

7 comments:

abao said...

hmm...I don't know who to believe...
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Quoted from Rock^Star
All major sectors added workers, with the bulk of the gains continuing to come from services (24,600).

Services are dominated by M'sians. How many went to S'poreans?


Employment rose in manufacturing (11,300), continuing the uptrend that started in late 2003.

Dominated once again by M'sians. How many to S'poreans?

Amid a pickup in building activities, construction increased its workforce (5,500) for the 7th consecutive quarter.

Dominated by Bangalas.

(Straits Times, 31 Oct)

redbean said...

interesting statistics abao.

also, prs and citizens are considered under the category as singapore residents.

Elfred said...

What kinda jobs, Reddie? By the way, you know how to add links on blog, teach me? I wanna add you people's blog in my blog as well...

I checked the papers... all asking this asking for that... Hahahahaha... hopeless. How much the pay? Enough for 30yo's future?

But see... can make some money save save then kick myself out.

Elfred said...

Abao, in Singapore, be CONSERVATIVE.

Just believe the pessimistic ones...

redbean said...

elfred,

go to template where you do your creation of new post. get in and see where the first link is and insert below using the same prefix and suffix with the name and address of the link.

Elfred said...

No have leh...

redbean said...

elfred,
when you click on the template scroll down somewhere on the lower half of the page to find...((MainOrArchivePage))

repeat those li, a, etc before and after the name of your intended links. look at google as an example.