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Singapore’s Jobless Rate Stabilizes Amid Signs of Cooling Demand​

By Kevin Varley
January 31, 2024 at 11:11 AM GMT+8

Singapore’s unemployment rate remained stable in the fourth quarter, as the labor market remained tight despite signs of cooling demand.

The overall jobless rate was unchanged in December from the prior quarter at 2%, with the annual rate falling to 1.9% in 2023, according to advanced figures from the Ministry of Manpower. Total employment continued to grow for a ninth straight quarter, but at a slower pace with only 8,400 new jobs.



SINGAPORE – Jumping ship has gone out of fashion among local workers with job switching at its lowest level in six years.

Only 14.7 per cent of workers changed jobs in the past two years, a rate not seen since 2017.

The chances of landing a new post have dimmed due to the weaker economic environment, despite a tight labour market.

The fall in job change was seen across all age groups, in white-collar and blue-collar posts and across industries, noted a Ministry of Manpower survey on Jan 31.

Workers aged 25 to 29 – a group that is still exploring options in their early careers – continued to change employers most frequently.

About 13.9 per cent of this cohort had moved in the 12 months up to June 2023, compared with 5.5 per cent for workers in their 50s and 3.7 per cent for those over 60