SINGAPORE – For three years, Mr Dzulfiqar Ismail, 31, worked full-time as a food delivery rider to support his elderly parents and young daughter.

He enjoyed the rush and the flexibility of the work. But without mandatory contributions to his Central Provident Fund to help him save up for a flat and no real career progression, he decided to look elsewhere.

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Last modified: September 6, 2021