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The demand for workers is expected to grow by 87,000 between late April and late July, the highest estimated growth for the same period since 2012.
In one of the largest expansions in the labour market since the beginning of the pandemic, 8.8 million people joined the country's workforce in April.
Central departments are also looking towards alleviating job market discrimination for people with disabilities.
Jobs data reflected overall improvements in the labour market, although employment in face-to-face services fell, such as those in accommodations.
The number of employed persons rose to a record high of 15.77 million in March 2022 from 15.73 million in the preceding month.
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Foreign direct investments that the Philippines secured last year would generate more employment, said the Department of Trade and Industry.
Jobs will be created for the disabled at government departments, public institutions, state-owned enterprises and private businesses.
More than 36,500 new jobs were created in Ho Chi Minh City in the first quarter, 1,800 more than the same period last year.
Compared to a month earlier, the number of workers rose by 180,000 in March, while workers who were unemployed fell by 90,000 over the same month.
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The country’s surveyed urban unemployment rate stood at 5.5% in Q1’2022, up 0.1 percentage points year-on-year, according to official data.
A total of 177,642 people were receiving Jobseeker Support as of end-March, and of these people, some 100,854 were “work ready”.
Such an agreement offers employers flexibility with the circumstances of their workers, covering conditions like pay, for instance.
The jobless rate in the country was 4.0% in March, one of the lowest readings since 1974, and is expected to drop further.
Out of the 117 businesses surveyed by Kyodo News, 49 firms said that they will hire more fresh graduates starting next April.
A$44 million (US$32.5 million) is being invested in four new artificial intelligence and digital capability centres to stimulate growth and employment.
The unemployment rate in the country stood near a historical low in March, while the number of people employed rose for a 13th consecutive month.
The platform will use artificial intelligence to draw up the best job matches and will offer end-to-end employment related information to jobseekers.
Unemployment rates for February were around the quarterly average unemployment rates in 2018/2019 and are expected to hover around these levels.
The number of new roles was most pronounced in growth industries like information and communications, as well as professional services.
There were 423,000 job vacancies in February this year, up from the about 200,000 in the same month two years ago.
Job vacancies registered on the MyFutureJobs portal grew by 232.8% to 2,480,577 openings in 2021 compared to 745,304 in 2020.
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The labour force participation rate in urban areas over the same period was 46.9%, down from 47.2% year-on-year, showed official data.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 4.5% in the period from December 2021 to February 2022, from 7.2% in the same period the year prior.
Over 80% of businesses also plan to hire fresh graduates among their new recruits, reported the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Recruitment activity was highest in Western Australia (59%) and Victoria (58%), revealed a report by the National Skills Commission.