SCAM NEWS: Technology And An Ageing Singaporean Population
As the only country across the globe that has the label ‘Smart Nation’ attached to it, Singapore is known for widespread integration of science and technology into its economic and social fabric. From planned self-driving buses to Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Singaporeans are generally proud to embrace the technological shift that they are now synonymous with. However, the island Republic has to deal with the problem of an aging population, a demographic that might not be as technologically adept as its younger counterparts.
The use of electronic devices is often associated with the latter, those who are tech-savvy and are able to maneuver their way through the many applications on their smartphones. In building a Singaporean society that is not technologically averse, the proposals and plans carried out towards that aim ought to include senior citizens in the picture. With the arduous task of trying to comprehend new technologies on their own, seniors are often left exasperated and unable to cope with the demands of a highly digitalized world.
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According to Oxford Economics, Singapore will be on the back-end of an ageing population, with labour supply forecasted to decline by 1.7 percentage points through 2026.
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