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More graduates to become road sweepers

Posted on 29 April 2013

Under labour chief Lim Swee Say’s proposed plan.

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Acquiring an education today will set you up for life as a road sweeper tomorrow, this according to a new plan under labour chief Lim Swee Say.

Swee Say is said to have said in a News 5 report that low wage jobs of today will be transformed into jobs of the future.

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An undergrad from NUS, who is completing a degree in economics, said: “I can’t wait to work that broom.”

He added: “But this plan will undoubtedly threaten Lee Hsien Loong’s job. His job is too high-paying, therefore, there will be no future.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/bob.koh1 Bob Koh

    A case of ‘loosening up’ that’s too late, too reactive, not spontaneous?