North Kalimantan added almost 18,000 jobs in the first quarter of 2018, more than any other city in Asia-Pacific


Apac city jobs Q1 2018

North Kalimantan in Indonesia created the most jobs in Asia-Pacific in the first quarter of the year, adding 17800 new roles.

Singapore was next, with 4057 jobs, narrowly ahead of Port Dickson on Malaysia’s west coast, which added 3500 roles.

Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar saw 282 new jobs in Q1, beating Beijing, which added 161.

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