More than 12,000 people placed in new jobs under SGUnited Jobs initiative

04 Jul 2020

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo shared that more than 12,000 people have been placed in new jobs since March under the SGUnited Jobs initiative, which was introduced in March as part of the supplementary Resilience Budget to help job seekers cope with the worsening labour market prospects amid the Covid-19 pandemic. She also mentioned that more than 6,000 training places are available for mid-career workers at training providers such as SP, TP and NTUC LearningHub. Similar story was reported in The Straits Times and CNA.

[The Business Times]

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