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    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?
    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?

    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?

    We discuss a host of factors on how to make a career switch successfully.
    All Universities Are Not Created Equal
    All Universities Are Not Created Equal

    All Universities Are Not Created Equal

    How do you find a university that best fits you?
    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study
    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study

    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study

    Examine the benefits and challenges of working while studying at university.
    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work
    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work

    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work

    Just as COVID-19 has changed our youths' outlook on their future, we explore how it has also reshaped the way we need to look at youth work.
    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life
    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life

    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life

    "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young." ― Henry Ford
    Can Youths Navigate Dangers That Lurk Online?
    Can Youths Navigate Dangers That Lurk Online?

    Can Youths Navigate Dangers That Lurk Online?

    We cannot control a growingly digital future, but how can we protect our youths from increasing online risks? Our faculty share insights.
    How Losing Control Revealed Our Need for It
    How Losing Control Revealed Our Need for It

    How Losing Control Revealed Our Need for It

    What has Marie Kondo and COVID-19 taught us about our need for control? Dr. Victor Seah, Deputy Head of Psychology, SUSS, provides insights.
    Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System
    Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System

    Facilitating Singapore’s Success: The Legal System

    Ben Chester Cheong, Lecturer, Law Programmes, shares how public confidence in the legal system shapes Singapore’s economy and reputation.

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