Expat women dating singapore
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Singapore’s total fertility rate (TFR) needs to be 2.1 children per woman in order for its population to be self-sustaining.Love, dating and marriage is of great importance in Singapore, not only in terms of the high value and respect in which the institutions of marriage and the family are held by Singapore’s various ethnic groups, but also for the role they play in shaping the future of the country.Many politicians and analysts believe that Singapore cannot sustain its economic growth and development at its current population level and that there needs to be a significant increase in the size of workforce.There is added pressure on marriage because cohabitation is not common in Singapore.
This is partly due to the government policies that only enable HDB housing to be purchased by married couples (or singles over 35) as well as the conservative attitude of parents and families across all ethnic communities, and so marriage is still the desirable state in order to make a life and, more importantly, raise children.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, many young people in Singapore regard dating as a serious business, but at the same time a similar sort of uncertainty as to that which surrounds questions of Singaporean identity also affects the world of dating and relationships.