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Jobs - a Bi-Partisan Approach?

Dazman Shah Daud | Yin Shao Loong

24-May-17 08:35

Jobs - a Bi-Partisan Approach?

Jobs can be a political hot potato for any democratically elected government. MIDF Research recently gave us numbers on Malaysia’s youth unemployment rate which stands at 10.5%. MIDF Research considers this normal when compared with regional and global economies. But is normal for economists can become a political hot potato for politicians. Today we explore the debate over jobs growth in Malaysia.



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Tags:  jobsemploymentunemploymentunder-employmentUMNOSelangorAzmin AliMIDF ResearchSelangor Menteri BesarPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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