In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang
In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong-based tech, Chinese finance firms to hire more in 2021, Michael Page survey finds

  • 27 per cent of companies polled in Hong Kong said they were looking to increase their headcounts
  • The survey shows that the pandemic has created winners and losers, with catering, tourism and traditional retail businesses expected to cut jobs

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In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang
In sectors that were expected to cut jobs, the city’s largest industry body forecast last month that job losses would continue to worsen in the first quarter. Photo: Sam Tsang
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