'If not now, when?': The S'pore millennials risking career changes in a pandemic

The pandemic has caused many millennials to re-evaluate their priorities and consider job options that were previously unthinkable. PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN, CHONG JUN LIANG, COURTESY OF M VIKNESWARAN
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SINGAPORE - More than a decade in the public sector gave Mr Ronald Wan, 38, both job security and a steady pay cheque.

But just a year into the coronavirus pandemic had him contemplating the career possibilities that were slipping through his fingers.

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