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[Video] Soft skills and attitude take the upper hand over good grades, professionals say

Yes, academic performance is important. But good grades are no longer the determining factor in the workplace. This was the common message highlighted by a panel of professionals invited by the Charles Telfair Institute to speak at a conference held during its Career Day held on July 2nd. The speakers hail from different sectors and were invited to address students on how to improve job prospects. Bank and financial services

Over 4000 Mauritians get jobs under Youth Employment Program

More than 4,000 unemployed youths have been provided with training or placement in various sectors of the economy through the Youth Employment Programme (YEP) since it started in January 2013. Mauritius Finance Minister Xavier-Luc Duval made this announcement at the launch of the YEP Report in Port-Louis. The YEP was launched last year with a provision of Rs 330 million and this year, Rs 300 million have been allocated to

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