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LEDANG Industrial Training Institute (ILP) has been tasked to run Jobs Malaysia's service of automatically match vacancies to job seekers on the portal initiated by the Human Resource Ministry.
The move is in line with efforts by the Labour Department, which links Jobs Malaysia to human resource training institutes nationwide.
Ledang ILP community and jobs support officer Saat Pawi said Jobs Malaysia could help enhance career prospects.
"We welcome school leavers and graduates at the Jobs Malaysia centre in ILP Ledang. The service is free," he said.
Jobs Malaysia at ILP Ledang was launched by the Labour Department peninsula entrepreneur relations officer Abdul Rahman Bohari and ILP Ledang director Adnan Ismail.
SOURCE: NST JOHOR STREETS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010