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3 ways to adopt Steve Jobs' productivity methods

3 ways to adopt Steve Jobs' productivity methods

Perhaps he also understood the adage that "time is money" better than anyone else, as Steve Jobs is fondly remembered for being extremely productive. -AsiaOne

Hot Jobs

Hard skills in hot demand next year

Hard skills in hot demand next year

Top dollar for engineering, IT jobs in economy focused on skills. -ST
Meet the millionaire tutor

Meet the millionaire tutor

He says the secret to his millionnaire success lies in running group sessions for 30 or more students at a time, and doing it all himself. -ST
Survey: PwC is Singapore's most popular graduate employer

Survey: PwC is Singapore's most popular graduate employer

More than 7,100 students from major universities in Singapore took part in the survey. -Asiaone
The uncommon everyman banker

The uncommon everyman banker

Samuel Tsien, group CEO of OCBC Bank, is banking on the values and qualities of Everyman Sam to guide OCBC through the wake of the global financial crisis. -BT

Job Hunting

Lie on your resume and you will get caught

Lie on your resume and you will get caught

One in 10 companies here does random screening checks on its workers, even those who have been employed for years. -TNP
Game's up for job seekers who lie

Game's up for job seekers who lie

More companies getting experts to run background checks on potential hires. - ST
24 things we say to ourselves in a job interview

24 things we say to ourselves in a job interview

Here are 24 thoughts that go through every job candidate's mind during an interview. See if you can identify. -AsiaOne
Job applicant creates Lego resume and model of herself

Job applicant creates Lego resume and model of herself

This Lego resume has won the hearts of many people online. -AsiaOne

Career Building

Ambition, industry and a bit of luck

Ambition, industry and a bit of luck

Gas tycoon and taxi towkay started out earning just $30 a month sweeping floors. -ST
Motivation tips for self and bosses

Motivation tips for self and bosses

Motivated individuals are typically happier, more efficient and perform better than their unmotivated peers. -My Paper
What does your desk say about you?

What does your desk say about you?

Let's face it: It's easy to fall into a comfort zone once you've been with your organisation for a while. - The Star/ANN
Ann Teoh's long, hard road to success

Ann Teoh's long, hard road to success

Poverty, hunger drove a talented kampung girl to make a name for herself in fashion. -ST

Out of Office

Failure is not an option, it's a must

Failure is not an option, it's a must

Don't over-educate Singapore's younger generation, says author Nassim Taleb, as education is the enemy of entrepreneurship. -BT
More cool workplaces in Singapore - from ST readers

More cool workplaces in Singapore - from ST readers

Our readers have nominated more workplaces in Singapore that they think are as cool - or even cooler. -ST
8 reasons why taking a break boosts productivity

8 reasons why taking a break boosts productivity

Diving into the work pile without taking a breather is irresponsible and guaranteed to set anyone on a one track road to fatigue. -AsiaOne
Play everywhere in Spotify's brand new Singapore office

Play everywhere in Spotify's brand new Singapore office

Music lovers in Singapore will have plenty of reason to get up and dance with the recent opening of Spotify's new shophouse office at Boat Quay. -AsiaOne

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9 more things you can do to be happier at work

9 more things you can do to be happier at work

The happier you are, the more positive these outcomes will be, and the further you'll excel in your career. -The Star/ANN
10 clear signs you should quit your job

10 clear signs you should quit your job

You know something is wrong when your usual pick-me-up fails to work its magic. -The Star/ANN
"Omg, you slept with the boss!"

"Omg, you slept with the boss!"

Dating a supervisor, offending a VIP client, "breaking up" with ex-colleagues... only to beg them for help later. These women tell SASHA GONZALES how they survived career-killing moves. -Her World
So you want to be a start-up boss

So you want to be a start-up boss

Have a clear business plan and a strong team in place from the get-go, experts advise. -ST