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SIX in 10 young people have considered looking beyond Singapore to achieve their dreams, said a newly released Singapore Polytechnic survey.
Nearly all of the 825 people polled in the survey said strong relationships with their families, work-life balance and financial stability were their top three aspirations. The survey of respondents aged 15 to 35 was conducted over three weeks last June by second-year students from the school’s diploma course in media and communication. — The Straits Times / Asia News Network
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