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Entrepreneurship 161 views Sep 05, 2018
Good leaders needn't be top earners in private sector

The debate over ministers' pay has ruffled the feathers of many as it seems to equate pay with talent. Many have pointed out that this is a flawed benchmark. 온라인바카라

In modern Singapore, where many are trying to cope with the rising cost of living, the linking of pay with talent is a tinderbox issue, especially if it concerns politicians who are public servants entrusted to serve the people.

How will someone earning a million dollars understand those who are struggling to make a living? 카지노사이트주소

Like it or not, many are likely to react with scepticism and will sense a disconnect when someone living in a bungalow says he is trying to understand those living in a one-room rental unit.

Only those with a passion to serve will understand.

 

Also, does a good politician with the talent and passion to serve have to come from among those earning millions in the private sector? 바카라사이트주소

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung once pointed out that our future prime minister need not necessarily be a graduate.

We have to accept the fact that those who want to serve may not be top earners from the private sector, and millionaires may not necessarily be equipped with the attributes to serve the people.