Sheng Siong had benefited from the government's $4.3 billion Job Credit Scheme from 2009 to 30 Jun 2010 and will continue to be a beneficiary of the government's $3.6 billion Wage Credit Scheme from 2014 to 2016, the first payout will be in the second quarter of 2014, and the last payout will be in 2016.
There will be political repercussions if the jobless rate falls further in Australia. New job employment opportunities in other industrial sectors need to be created to replace mining industry downturn.
A challenging time for Tony Abbot besides the infighting in Liberal Party. Aussie dollar will drop to responds to the fall in job employment figures. Interest rates to be reduced further.
Construction for new housings will receive another boost in lower loan rates. Sydney and Melbourne leading the cities in terms of housing growth and rises. Perth is in decline due to the mining sector.
Singapore will be facing some headwinds too with judicial management of Swee Hong Construction and HexaGroup. Not a good start to the Goat year for people seeking employment or "jump fences".