Job vacancies in Singapore hit record high of 92,100 in June: MOM

SINGAPORE – Border restrictions and manpower demand in growth sectors have pushed job vacancies in Singapore to an all-time high of 92,100 in June, according to the Ministry of Manpower on Wednesday (Sept 15).

There were 163 job openings for every 100 unemployed persons in June. The ratio of job vacancies to unemployed persons increased to above one for the first time since March 2019. These are seasonally adjusted figures.

“The ongoing border restrictions have affected the availability of manpower in construction and manufacturing,” said the MOM.

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