Companies exist not to fulfill employee's dreams, but to offer customers some value. As long as we're playing the role of an employee, the only certain thing we can derive from the work is the remuneration that is stated in the contract or law. Job satisfaction is not part of the package.
Singapore's productivity woes is chronic. The "people on the ground" claimed that we are already overworked. I think it's just an excuse by the workers to stay in their comfort zone. Why are they so resistant to increasing productivity, then?
It is the time of the year again, when universities across the island publishes the starting pay of their recent cohort of graduates. Turns out, despite the pessimistic economic outlook of 2016, people are getting higher median and mean pay.
If you think looking for an ideal job seems as exhausting as looking for a real love, they are indeed!