77,400 jobs in February, with full-time jobs rising by over 4,000 a day, bringing total roles added in the month to 121,900.
Some 254,000 jobs were added in healthcare and social services,
while some 135,000 jobs were added in transportation and warehouses.
Organisations are increasingly seeking flexible ways of working that prioritise the well-being of employees.
"Pro-job policies", including tax and fee cuts totaling US$400 billion for businesses, especially small entrepreneurs, are planned.
ADP highlights the role Singapore’s HR leaders can play in planning and developing the career journeys of employees in 2022.
Total employment rebounded last year, with unemployment rates falling to near pre-pandemic levels, said the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
In a poll, 95 out of 157 local companies, or 60.5%, picked jobs creation as the top policy priority for the new government.
In the first two months of this year, nearly 55,000 people in Ho Chi Minh City found jobs, including 28,000 in February.
This represented a third consecutive quarter of growth, where administration and construction were the largest drivers of job growth.
L&D is proving to be a key tool for organisations to attract and retain the best talent in a world of digital transformation.
The number of unemployed people fell from 687,600 persons in December 2021 to 680,400 in January this year, representing a 1.1% decrease.
A successful DE&I strategy can help organisations drive business outcomes and advance workplace gender equality.
The Human Resource Ministry will set up a one-stop employment centre in each state in stages, said its minister Datuk Seri M Saravanan.
The central government aims to create more than 11 million new jobs in urban areas this year and to keep the unemployment rate in urban areas under 5.5%.
In January, 42,166 people found employment while 1,200 new jobs were created as the country targets to create 600,000 jobs this year.
Some 8.62 million people with disabilities, including the self-employed and flexible workers, were employed in 2020, up from 8.55 million in 2019.
About 94% of trade apprentice graduates were employed after training in 2021, up 2.5 percentage points from 2019.
In conjunction with the National Economic Recovery Strategy, the Employers Confederation of the Philippines has pledged to create 1 million jobs.
The number of jobs for workers in their 60s and above rose by 243,000, recording the highest increase among all age groups.
Improving the skills of Indonesian workers will also be a priority, said National Development Planning Minister Suharso Monoarfa.
The RM40 billion (US$9.6 billion) SemarakNiaga Keluarga Malaysia programme is designed to create jobs and help businesses recover.
The number of available jobs rose by 12,900 in January, an increase of 0.1% from December, according to Statistics Australia.
The majority of recruitment remains concentrated in capital cities, with the highest number of job ads in Sydney and Melbourne.
The number of people employed saw its sharpest spike in nearly 22 years in January month-on-month and was partly attributable to government spending.
The Jamin Kerja Keluarga Malaysia initiative will create 600,000 jobs with a budget of RM4.8 billion (US$1.14 billion).
China is offering special help to young entrepreneurs and providing a range of incentives to encourage small companies to employ fresh graduates.
The number of jobs in the country reached 8.53 million jobs in the fourth quarter of 2021, the highest number recorded during the pandemic period.
Workers employed in regional Australia last December was just 1% more than in December 2020, while job ads ballooned by 36%.
Indonesia is increasing its investment in the green economy, which is said to be able to generate ten times more jobs than other industries.
The unemployment rate dropped to 4.2% in December from 4.3% in the previous month, the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) reported.