“The jobs will pay Bt9,000 per month from July to September. This campaign aims to help people who have been unemployed or affected financially due to the Covid-19 situation,” he said.
“Furthermore, these jobs can help improve vocational skills that can be adapted for other jobs to increase the candidates’ employability in the future, which is in line with one of the ministry’s missions of providing knowledge and skill training to improve career prospects of people in local communities,” Suwit said.
The jobs are available in a number of fields and will cover varying areas of responsibilities, including database analysis, scientific experiments, social development, agriculture and tourism promotion.
For further information, visit https://www.mhesi.go.th/or call 02 610 5330-31.
Published : June 16, 2020
By : THE NATION