Job guarantee scheme gets the thumbs up


ECONOMISTS view the job guarantee initiative in Budget 2022 that will create 600,000 new job opportunities as a clever strategy by the government as it would support Malaysia’s economic recovery.

PwC Malaysia deals partner of economics and policy Patrick Tay reckons that this initiative is a “clear strategy” by the government to support the country’s economy and in turn, more jobs would be created as the economy recovers.

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