How mid-career workers are retraining themselves for the jobs of the future
On a typical day, Kevin Ng works with bankers at Credit Agricole to develop risk analysis tools using Java software.
No one would guess that barely a year back, he was a flight attendant.
The 29-year-old software engineer secured the job during Singapore’s coronavirus lockdown period after retraining in late 2019.
And while he couldn’t have predicted the devastating impact the pandemic would have on his former industry, Ng said he was motivated to move into a career with solid long-term prospects.