The average office worker has managed to keep up with significant changes in the workplace over the past few decades. But the current evolution is proving to be more challenging for some. The solution lies in today’s classrooms.

SINGAPORE (Mar 11): Most people have gotten used to asking Siri, Alexa or Google about traffic conditions on the way to work, to take down a note or set a reminder, or just to play a song. But while technology has made life easier or more exciting for some, it has also made life harder or more bewildering for others.

In Singapore, the rapid changes in the workplace, as a result of new and disruptive technologies, have left many discombobulated. Most recently, market observers have warned of a new group of “vulnerable” members of society, unlikely as it may seem. It appears that educated, white-collar workers, or the professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs), are finding it increasingly difficult to keep their jobs.

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