Over the past year, out of 4,923 workers contacted by the Labour Affairs Bureau, only 1,043 were eventually employed; salary and conditions also cited as factors.
Salaries and opportunities for workers in most industries improve – but survey reveals that sewage workers paid almost twice as much as fresh graduates.
The Labour Affairs Bureau’s (DSAL) Vocational Training Department Chief Cheung Wai said on Tuesday that the bureau was planning to increase the number of places in its subsidised vocational training scheme by 10,000.
Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said in the legislature’s hemicycle Tuesday that the government will require nationals from six countries to submit a certificate of non-criminal record when applying to work in Macau.
Macau’s unemployment rate for local residents fell 0.1 percentage point to 2.6 percent in the August-October survey period compared to the July-September period, the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) announced Monday.
Macau’s number of non-resident (imported) workers fell by 474 last month compared with the same month of last year,