Fears of ageism push him into a fulfilling second career

Since 2018, Mr Adam Chua has been working as a healthcare assistant at Active Global Home and Community Care. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - When Mr Adam Chua, 53, was laid off in 2016, he decided that a pivot - to counter ageism and his own ageing - was in order.

The divorcee, who has two sons in their 20s, drew on his savings and retrenchment benefits, cutting down on household expenses and pastimes like buying 4D lottery tickets.

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