Youths must move forward


AFTER the recent announcement of the SPM results, students are now advancing towards the next phase of their lives – higher education. They would apply for courses in their field of choice, hoping to pursue their dream careers.

The question is, will they get jobs once they graduate? In the 14th general election, one of the most evocative campaign topics will be youth unemployment. Many blame the Government for the problem. While their concerns are understandable, blaming the Govern­ment is a largely unproductive approach. Here’s why.

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