Job portal helps nearly 73,000

RAUB: A total of 72,893 job seekers nationwide managed to secure employment through the MYFutureJobs portal, which was launched to help reduce the country’s unemployment rate.

The user-friendly portal can efficiently match job vacancies to seekers with high accuracy, said Deputy Human Resources Minister Awang Hashim.

“It is also able to help candidates improve their skills and marketability, ” he told reporters after officiating the Mini Penjana Career Carnival held in conjunction with the Social Security Organisation (Socso) Day in Sungai Koyan here yesterday.

At the carnival, about 400 job opportunities were offered for job seekers within the Cameron Highlands parliamentary constituency.

Awang said as of last Monday, there were 290,665 job vacancies and 316,834 job seekers who have been registered with the MYFutureJobs portal.

Awang also called on those who are eligible for the Wage Subsidy Programme (PSU) 2.0 to apply online via starting today. — Bernama

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