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Searching for jobs

An online platform to assist local residents and employers find work or employees has been launched by the Labour Affairs Bureau

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) has launched an online platform to assist in finding jobs and filling vacancies in Macau, a department release yesterday informed.
According to the release, the new platform will allow employers to post job openings and search for potential candidates, while also allowing job seekers – who must be MSAR residents – to search for job offers.
After scheduling and taking a job interview through the website, the candidates will also be able to know if they were accepted for the job via the platform.
In the second quarter of this year, the MSAR unemployment rate was at 2 per cent with around 7,900 people being unemployed as of the end of June, data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) revealed.