A man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson LeeA man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson Lee
A man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s low-income residents suffering more under strain of pandemic, with relief doing little to help, survey finds

  • Some 70 per cent of respondents in poll by Society for Community Organisation report being either unemployed or underemployed
  • Government relief measures, meanwhile, are either not enough or not reaching those most in need

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson LeeA man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson Lee
A man looks at job postings at the Employment Services branch of the Labour Department in May. Photo: Dickson Lee
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