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Job Creation

The public and private sectors will create around 30,000 time-limited jobs in the coming two years for people of different skill sets and academic qualifications. Each job placement will last up to 12 months. Extension beyond 12 months would be considered on an exceptional basis. These job holders would not discharge any statutory functions. Some examples include –

(a) positions for seasoned professionals (e.g. legal, accounting, financial services including Fintech, engineering and architecture) (some 1,640 jobs);

(b) positions for technicians and supporting staff to carry out various construction projects or maintenance works (such as launching a territory-wide scheme to proactively inspect the external drainage pipe systems of over 20,000 private domestic buildings, for additional maintenance and cleaning of the E&M installations and equipment at Government venues and facilities with a view to enhancing environmental hygiene, as well as beautification of highway structures) (some 4,600 jobs);

(c) positions for fresh graduates requiring professional or general skills (e.g. graduate programmes in building surveying, town planning, estate surveying, land surveying and engineering, researchers and executive assistants) (over 200 jobs);

(d) positions to promote arts and culture or green lifestyle, such as jobs in museums, green ambassadors and eco-tour guides (some 550 jobs); and

(e) positions to support the city in fighting COVID-19, including stepping up cleansing of government buildings and schools and supporting the production of reusable masks (some 3,300 jobs).

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