Opportunities for All, at Every Stage of Life

Singaporeans – both young and old – can look forward to a good and fulfilling life. Lifelong learning and skills mastery are enabled by a continuously improving education system and SkillsFuture. Our people remain resilient and competitive in the workforce, able to tap new job opportunities, assisted by Adapt and Grow and other employment support schemes as well as initiatives to ensure fair consideration for Singaporean jobseekers. Sustained social investment and targeted social safety nets make sure no one is left behind.

We are proactively investing in our health, facilitated by more healthy lifestyle options and affordable preventive healthcare. Families also receive government and community support throughout their marriage and parenthood journeys, while seniors are able to age with purpose and dignity. Our arts and heritage scene helps Singaporeans foster a greater sense of belonging and identity.

Read more on areas such as education, family, health and wellness, and social safety nets in the programme highlights below.

71% of each Primary 1 cohort now progress to publicly funded degree or diploma courses
Full-time employed residents' incomes have risen over the last five years
More than 61,000 have acquired digital literacy skills for work through Digital Workplace courses
More babies were born between 2015 and 2019
Resident total fertility rate declined slightly to 2018 and 2019 to 1.14
Our life expectancy is among the highest in the world
61% of active CPF members have met the Required Retirement Sum at 55 years old
Singapore's Gini coefficient has decreased
3 in 4 Singaporeans consumed arts and cultural content through digital means