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Statistical Specialist, Analysis and Content Writing (Manpower Research and Statistics Department) – Contract

Agency: Ministry of Manpower
Job no.: 532984
Work type: Permanent/Contract
Location: Singapore
Categories:Research and Analysis

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) aims to develop a productive workforce and progressive workplaces, for Singaporeans to have better jobs and a secure retirement. In a rapidly changing global economic landscape, Singapore’s workforce and workplace practices have to remain adaptable. MOM’s policies help enhance the workforce’s profile, promote lifelong employability and income security for Singaporeans, as well as foster excellent working environments that are fair and safe. As an MOM officer, you will get to work in a range of exciting areas to help the Ministry attain its goals, including manpower policy, industrial relations, workplace safety and foreign employment regulation. MOM is committed to creating an inclusive employee experience for all.

The candidate will provide content writing expertise to the Analysis Group of the Manpower Research & Statistics Department, the national statistical agency responsible for production of official statistics and analysis on Singapore’s labour market.



  • Conduct research on labour market issues and analysis.
  • Write user-friendly, value driven content that simplifies complex statistical analysis.
  • Create different content types from articles, blogs, case studies, infographic, videos for key labour market releases.
  • Collaborate with data analysts to provide content and copy.



  • Background in the area of English, Mass Communications or Journalism.
  • Exceptional writing and communication skills to help create a wide range of articles on the labour market for various audiences.
  • Demonstrate ability to capture complex ideas and express them in a clear, concise and engaging writing style.
  • Familiarity with statistics is an added advantage.

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