‘Don’t be picky about jobs’


Impressive pieces: Mohd Hairi viewing some of the paintings at the Mini Johor Arts Fiesta at Paragon Market Place, Johor Baru.

JOHOR BARU: Youths in Johor should be less picky about jobs as many local industries are in need of workers, says state Youth, Sports, Entrepreneur Development, Cooperatives and Human Resources Committee chairman Mohd Hairi Mad Shah.

He said feedback from business owners showed that youths were quite choosy about the pay and location of the workplace.

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