Singapore’s unemployment continued to show signs of recovery, as the seasonally-adjusted rate eased by 0.1% points in March.

This brought the republic’s overall unemployment rate to 2.9% in March, lower than the 3.0% recorded in February. This was revealed in the preliminary numbers released in the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) Labour Market Report on Apr 28.

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