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Demographic changes across Asia reflect a new class of mid-level migrant workers

SINGAPORE -- The serviced apartment industry in Southeast Asia -- which traditionally serves well-heeled traveling executives with high-end features such as full concierge and butler services -- is expanding its business focus to the needs of a less affluent, younger and growing migrant urban workforce.

     That's the finding of a newly released academic study that describes an itinerant class of mid-level workers whose careers demand frequent cross-border relocation and an increasingly permanent need for temporary housing.

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