SINGAPORE – Sha (not her real name), 27, who has a temporary job as a temperature taker in a pharmaceutical firm, hopes to land a better-paying administrative job after her contract ends on Nov 30.
But the mother of two, who has not used a computer for seven years, knows she has much to catch up on if she hopes to secure such a job, which would require more advanced skills on platforms such as Microsoft Excel.
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