An exploration of how unemployment has been impacted in Hong Kong as the city grapples with the aftermath of months-long civil unrest and the coronavirus pandemic.
Pandemic robs Hong Kong families of livelihoods, leaving many anxious, desperate for better times.
Unable to cope with job loss, ‘some may become suicidal, turn to drugs, alcohol or gambling’.
Amid gloom in Hong Kong job market, where even internships are drying up, a government scheme creating thousands of temporary positions offers a silver lining.
Anxiety sets in for thousands made jobless, or told to stay home on reduced pay or no pay.
Depressing jobs scene drives some to turn talents, hobbies into potential money-spinners.