According to a Ministry of Manpower spokesperson, Singapore has 150,000 Singaporean and Permanent Resident full time employees who are currently earning below the S$1,000 line in 2012. With ever increasing inflation and standards of living, the income gap for these low-wage workers has substantially lagged behind the rest of the nation’s workforce.

Low Wage Workers - AspirantSG

It is heart-wrenching to see many of our low wage workers toiling away at old age but you can see from their faces that they are proud of being able to earning a dignified honest source of income for themselves.

AspirantSG strives to bring more attention to our low wage workers and share how fellow Singaporeans can play a part to help these group of workers.

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