Almost 640k jobs available, with 150,000 created this year, Kula tells Parliament


KUALA LUMPUR: There are almost 640,000 job opportunities available across the country, with some 150,000 jobs created this year, says Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran (pic).

He said the employment opportunities were not only limited to dangerous, dirty and difficult (3D) jobs, but also involved management, professional, technical and others.

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