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The six-day event received strong support from industry firms, institutes of higher learning, jobseekers and students.

This year’s Built Environment Career and Education Fair comprised two components: a virtual fair from 20 – 24 March and a physical event on 25 March.

The one-day physical event was all abuzz with people seeking careers and training opportunities in the built environment (BE) sector.

Organised by BCA, the virtual fair offered a platform for job seekers to connect with industry firms through ‘live’ video or text chats. Over five days, the website attracted 550 visitors. The physical event on the last day of the fair recorded an even stronger response. More than 1,100 jobseekers and students made their way to the atrium ofJEM, with some applying on the spot for the 350 job openings offered.

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Woh Hup was among the 33 industry firms that had a booth at the physical event. Other participating companies included the Keppel Group, Tiong Seng, Sembcorp Design and Construction, EM Services, DLE M&E and Schindler Lifts (Singapore).

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