What retirement? More seniors in Singapore opting to work past 60

More seniors here continue to be employed, including pharmacy supervisor Adeline Loh and swimming pool operator Jalalludin Ibrahim. ST PHOTOS: DESMOND FOO, SAMUEL ANG
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SINGAPORE - Human resource manager Nancy Ting is turning 65 in February, but has no intention of retiring any time soon.

When she started her career in HR more than 40 years ago, she had to perform tasks manually - from scanning and sorting hard copy documents to chasing managers for their timesheets.

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