Ready for 100
In 1990, there were 50 centenarians in Singapore. By 2015, that number had multiplied to 1,100 and continues to grow. The Ready for 100 research series aims to discover and explore the readiness of Singapore’s residents. Through this, we would be equipped with the necessary knowledge and understanding to tackle these gaps that we face.
With advances in technology and health, many Singapore residents now hold the potential to live to 100. To help Singapore’s residents better prepare to live a long and successful life, we commissioned Economist Impact to survey the population and evaluate their readiness for 100.
Explore all the research reports
Saving for 100
Dive deeper into the financial struggles that Singaporeans face and explore ways to manage your wealth in the preparation for a longer life span.
Digital for 100
Explore how Singapore residents and businesses are leveraging technology to boost their readiness to living longer.
Re-imagining for 100
Delve deeper on the influence Covid-19 had on the well-being, financial and health of Singapore residents.
Healthy for 100
With the longest life expectancy in the world, it provides a myriad of opportunities, yet at the same time, it brings about several challenges. To overcome them, comprehend how residents and healthcare providers work together to address these issues.
Skilled for 100
Understand the impact of Singapore’s ageing population and rising longevity on our workforce.