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China unemployment: Beijing’s regulatory crackdowns pose yet another hurdle for young urban jobseekers
15.3 per cent unemployment rate among 16- to 24-year-olds in Chinese cities is three times as high as the overall national average of 5.1 per centHigh jobless rate in the young workforce seen persisting as millions of fresh grads vie for employment, while one popular sector – tutoring – has basically been wiped out
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has allocated RM23bil to help employers retain their workers under the Wage Subsidy Scheme through several economic assistance packages.
BEIJING: China’s economy likely slowed further in August, with data on consumption, industrial output and investment due today to reveal the extent of the damage caused by an outbreak of the Delta variant.
HONG KONG: China pledged to prioritise employment with its fiscal and monetary policies as the labour market remains under pressure, the country’s cabinet has said.
THE current pressing times demand for digital competencies in our workforce.
“WILL I have a job after graduating?” is a question that plagues the minds of many of today’s youths as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage the shrinking job market.
IMMEDIATE intervention must be introduced to help young adults cope with their declining mental health amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Adopt a reskilling and upskilling mindset. Continuously work towards increasing your skills to get employed and stay employed. This is especially so for in-demand roles in fast-growing industries. Enhance your soft skills and English proficiency. Take up courses to improve your digital skills. Businesses are globalised and most use English as the medium of communication. Most are also moving towards digitalisation.
A TOTAL of 50 fresh graduates participated in a “Soft Skills Development” programme organised by Projek Lintasan Kota Holdings Sdn Bhd (Prolintas) group of companies.