Zahid challenges youths to take up 3D jobs


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  • Sunday, 14 Feb 2016

SHAH ALAM:  Youths should take up jobs in the dirty, difficult and dangerous (3D) fields if they do not want more foreign workers to be brought into the country, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pic).

The Deputy Prime Minister said it was a fact that not many Malaysians were willing to work in the 3D fields.  

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