1. Unemployment rate for Singaporeans in Q2 inches up to 3.3%: MOM  CNA
  2. Tougher job market as employers post fewer vacancies in Q2, unemployment for locals creeps up: MOM report  The Straits Times
  3. Unemployment for locals creeps up in Q2: MOM  The Business Times
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SINGAPORE: The citizen unemployment rate in Singapore rose slightly in the second quarter of this year, according to figures released by the ...SINGAPORE: The citizen unemployment rate in Singapore rose slightly in the second quarter of this year, according to figures released by the ...

Unemployment rate for Singaporeans in Q2 inches up to 3.3%: MOM - CNA

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Government & Economy - [SINGAPORE] There was no spike in layoffs despite the economic slowdown but jobseekers faced a tougher slog in the first half of this year. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES - [SINGAPORE] There was no spike in layoffs despite the economic slowdown but jobseekers faced a tougher slog in the first half of this year. . Read more at The Business Times.

Unemployment for locals creeps up in Q2: MOM, Government & Economy - THE BUSINESS TIMES

The number of job vacancies declined for the second consecutive quarter to 47,700 in June, down from 57,100 in March.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Business News -The number of job vacancies declined for the second consecutive quarter to 47,700 in June, down from 57,100 in March.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Tougher job market as employers post fewer vacancies in Q2, unemployment for locals creeps up: MOM report, Business News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

“It’s back to the 70s, in a good way. Unemployment rate was last this low in 1974, employment rate was last this high in 1971. Pay growth is solid and comfortably outstripping inflation. The UK economy has productivity issues but, for now, the labour market is in very good shape.”

Joel Hills on Twitter: "It’s back to the 70s, in a good way. Unemployment rate was last this low in 1974, employment rate was last this high in 1971. Pay growth is solid and comfortably outstripping inflation. The UK economy has productivity issues but, for now, the labour market is in very good shape.… https://t.co/H5HAjghPEm"

“You can't deny how strong the job market is: *record-low African American, Hispanic and Asian unemployment *wage growth topping 3% for 13 straight months *6.3M jobs since @realDonaldTrump's election – over half for women *157.9M Americans employed – the most ever!”

Ronna McDaniel on Twitter: "You can't deny how strong the job market is: *record-low African American, Hispanic and Asian unemployment *wage growth topping 3% for 13 straight months *6.3M jobs since @realDonaldTrump's election – over half for women *157.9M Americans employed – the most ever!"

“An encouraging set of labour market statistics for NI with the unemployment rate down to its lowest ever level. Economic inactivity also fell and the employment rate increased https://t.co/CFtkPdpJWz”

Simon Hamilton on Twitter: "An encouraging set of labour market statistics for NI with the unemployment rate down to its lowest ever level. Economic inactivity also fell and the employment rate increased https://t.co/CFtkPdpJWz… https://t.co/d9vuhC5GN8"

“Brexit mayhem aside, Britain’s job market keeps humming along. Unemployment rate between May to July falls to 3.8% from 4% a year earlier.”

Paul Waldie on Twitter: "Brexit mayhem aside, Britain’s job market keeps humming along. Unemployment rate between May to July falls to 3.8% from 4% a year earlier."