About 3,000 job vacancies – ranging from part-time to full-time – will be offered by 60 companies during this year’s Youth Career Expo 2016 – now in its 11th edition. About 40 different types of job opportunities will be presented, according to the deputy director of the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL), Chan Un Tong, speaking at a press conference yesterday. The event will run for two days over the weekend.
It is estimated that about 4,000 people attended last year’s event, Mr. Chan said and this year’s event is set to host the same number of participant companies, notes Lao Cho Chon, vice president of the Macao New Chinese Youth Association.
The event will provide information on occupational training, consultation services on career opportunities and assessments on potential employment for job seekers to assist them in finding jobs.
“We provide a platform for the job seekers to find employment information and give them the opportunity so they can expand their networks in order to gain employment opportunities in the job market,” Mr. Chan said.
The hospitality service industry offers the largest number of job vacancies compared to other industries in the city, Mr. Chan added.
The participating companies and organizations are from the tourism, education, aviation, real estate, telecommunication, insurance, gaming, hotel, technology, property management, food and beverage, trading, retail and design sectors.
The expo will be divided into various sections, encompassing enterprise, career consultation and education.
In addition, the event will hold a talk on career paths – represented by different business sectors – to help young people learn more about which career path is suitable for them.
The event is organized by the DSAL, the Macao New Chinese Youth Association and the General Association of Chinese Students of Macao.