In Singapore, The Dreams Are Getting Bigger

The island's 20-to-30-year-olds expect pay, goodies, and promotions their parents never aspired to

Arnold Yu has changed jobs three times in three years, and he is already thinking about his next move. Trained as an engineer, the 28-year-old Singaporean earns $60,000 a year organizing technical training seminars. But he is already considering several job offers that promise even greater salaries. "There's only a limited amount of time for anyone to move around and up," he says. "You just have to get the best deal you can as fast as you can."

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