Two Malaysians resort to finding work outside their comfort zones due to Covid-19

  • Living
  • Friday, 26 Jun 2020

Ooi, a former events director, decided to do deliveries for an online platform after hurting her wrist while working at a hypermarket. Photos: Nicole Ooi

Nicole Ooi went from being an events director to a hypermarket stocker, to a food delivery driver, all in a matter of months during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ooi was working in the Klang Valley in event management before she decided to seek greener pastures in Singapore last September.

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