No end to tech education


As the pandemic brings about a spike in unemployment, government agencies and corporations shift to online platforms to speed up rehiring, while encouraging courses in tech. — Pixabay

As the nation attempts to recover from the pandemic’s economic ravages, government agencies and experts say seeking employment in the digital industry is the way forward.

Social Security Organisation (Socso) CEO Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed said the pandemic has dealt a big blow to the labour market, causing many companies to cease operations or temporarily close.

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