Events: Political Impacts on Youth’s Job Market – FUN RUN – Advance Social Justice and Promote Decent Work – Behind the Reality
An agreement to foster the growth of small businesses in Cambodia.
Some people land a job effortlessly, some don’t. Some young people, especially those who have newly graduated, find it hard to get their dream jobs mainly because they don’t know how and where to obtain the right information on the application requirements and process.
Over 4.8 million jobs were created last year, Labour Minister Ith Samheng says.
US job openings surged to a record high in December.
President of India signs a legislation guaranteeing 10% of gov’t jobs for the poor.
The bill reserves 10% of government jobs for people outside high income brackets.
Ford said it will cut thousands of jobs and exit unprofitable markets.
Moon Jae-in vows to continue his government’s economic reform drive in 2019.
Nearly two thousand candidates yesterday sat for examinations to secure jobs in eleven Interior Ministry departments at the Santhormuk High School and Santhormuk Primary School.
The Industrial Bank of Korea to open new branches in Cambodia from 2020 onwards.
Trump threatened to eliminate subsidies for General Motors Co.
General Motors says it will cut production of slow-selling models.
156 companies at the National Career and Productivity Fair bring 20,000 jobs.
Cambodia to implement the Decent Work Country Programme’s fifth phase soon.
A new sub-decree issued this week creates a slew of tax incentives for small and medium-sized enterprises in the Kingdom, and confirms that the sector is now one of the government’s main priorities.
Jack Ma says the company cannot create 1 million jobs in the United States.
The first elderly care training centre in the country has opened for jobs in Japan.
Pakistan’s new premier Imran Khan is facing a problem of his own making.
The Funcinpec party has warned its party members who allegedly scrambled to bribe their way to get jobs in the new government, saying that they could face corruption charges.
Number of cases of Cambodian trainees switching jobs illegally in Japan has dropped.
Violent clashes between police and the Maratha community demanding quotas for government jobs erupted in Maharashtra.
South Korea’s economy added 106,000 jobs in June from a year earlier, with jobless rate standing at 3.7 percent in the month.
Hong Kong officials encourage youngsters to consider living across the mainland China.
General Motors warns higher tariffs by the Trump administration could cost jobs.
The Chong Phlas Gold Mining Community in Mondolkiri, has been shuttered, leaving dozens without jobs.
Six people have been arrested for allegedly cheating people by promising to help them get military police jobs.
Representatives of the Asian Development Bank discuss the role of technology.
Fresh university graduates step out to the real ‘professional’ world with so much confidence and hope that they can easily get the jobs that will hasten their skills and let them experience the joy of receiving their very first salary.
Critics accuse Duterte of gambling with the livelihoods of Filipinos in Kuwait.