Malaysian tourist guides take on security guard, e-hailing jobs amid Covid-19


Licensed tourist guide Raja Shaharil Nasir said many of his colleagues had to look for jobs in other sectors to make ends meet.

With no travellers to chaperone, many tourist guides have been forced to take up other jobs. These include working as security guards, e-hailing drivers and doing online marketing.

Licensed tourist guide Raja Shaharil Nasir said many of his colleagues have taken a hiatus from the tourism sector and joined other industries such as security and e-hailing to make ends meet.

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