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Job workshops, career matching to give graduating students an edge | Video

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At least 50,000 students will graduate this year facing a dismal job market. Total employment in the first quarter saw its sharpest drop since the 2003 SARS outbreak. But schools are rolling out initiatives like virtual workshops and career matching services to give students a leg up. Deborah Wong reports.
At least 50,000 students will graduate this year facing a dismal job market. Total employment in the first quarter saw its sharpest drop since the 2003 SARS outbreak. But schools are rolling out initiatives like virtual workshops and career matching services to give students a leg up. Deborah Wong reports.

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