Malaysians would rather be food delivery riders than take 3D jobs

KUALA LUMPUR: Locals would rather become food delivery drivers and earn more money than join certain industries in the country, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.

He said despite the best of government efforts to put locals first to fulfil the shortages in these industries, there were no takers for 3D (dirty, dangerous and difficult) jobs.

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