Many Singaporeans increasingly worry about job security and making ends meet. As the Singapore economy undergoes restructuring, more PMETs will suddenly find themselves becoming obsolete. Retrenched and with no suitable skills for the new economy, these Singaporeans will struggle to make ends meet.
Housewives. As housewives do not like having to rely on their husbands for pocket money, this home-based part-time business allows them to take care of their family while earning their own money. As a start, housewives will earn a minimum of USD120 per month but as we guide them on how they can build an online business (and sell products from companies like Qoo10, Courts and even Red Mart), this income will grow.
PMETs. As the global economy evolves and as we all begin working into our 60s and 70s, the idea of having a business to give you extra money is reassuring. Similar to the housewives, this system puts extra money in the pockets of PMETs and reduces the impact if they become retrenched. Once established, retirees can literally "retire".