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More than 6,300 jobs and openings for training and attachments in manufacturing

They are being offered by nearly 1,000 manufacturing firms on the SGUnited Jobs and Skills programmes, with the bulk of these opportunities for PMETs

From right: Manpower Minister Josephine Teo, Communications and Information Minister S Iswaran and Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing being shown Becton Dickinson's Sars CoV-2 test device at the company.


SINGAPORE'S manufacturing sector continues to churn out jobs despite the current crisis, with the bulk of the jobs going to professionals, managers, executives and technicians, a group collectively called the PMETs.

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo told reporters on...

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