How to meet the challenges of AI,

… developing economies ramping up to leapfrog developed economies
… more frequent structural unemployment
… multiple career transitions will be the norm

Is not to adopt protectionist’s policies. Is to acknowledge the new reality and…
…help businesses create new jobs,
…place displaced workers in alternative jobs,
…train workers to grow in their current jobs.

[Education and Training Fund](S$100 million raised for NTUC’s education and training fund Read more at http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/s-100-million-raised-for-ntuc-s-education-and-training-fund-8808448)

[The Government is helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to upgrade themselves, expand here and overseas, and build new capabilities.](http://www.straitstimes.com/politics/jobs-jobs-jobs-8-highlights-from-pm-lee-hsien-loongs-may-day-rally

Singapore’s success in youth employment is not accidental, and instead is because it makes sure schools prepare young workers properly for the job market, emphasising on on-the-job training and working with employers to tailor curriculum and internship programmes.