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Starting Work

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Your First JobYour First Jobhttps://www.areyouready.sg/YourLifeEvents/Pages/StartingWork-YourFirstJob.aspx<p>​Congratulations on your first job! <span lang="EN-GB">Read on to find out how </span>to make the most of your<span lang="EN-GB"> early</span> working years. </p>
Additional ResourcesAdditional Resourceshttps://www.areyouready.sg/YourLifeEvents/Pages/StartingWork-AdditionalResources.aspx<p>​More information about Starting Work.​</p>

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