As more crew, architects, engineers, divers, ships, suppliers and others join to set sail to the Vema Seamount Territorial waters, the number of manpower required to keep the City of Mount Vema Project on schedule will see an increase in job creation this year.
According to this last Quarter job creation data released today by the Royal Mount Vema Department of Statistics and Risk Assessment, the government will restructure operations to ensure Mount Vema companies focus more on outsourcing and subcontracting to be able to maintain momentum.
The government is already intensifying its international public offerings to enable more companies to bid for construction contracts and other services including catering.
The Statistics Department third Quarter job creation data gave another indication that the City of Mount Vema Project will continue to create enough jobs to maintain economic growth at the rate projected by the Bank of Mount Vema and the Royal Mount Vema House Guardian.
Job opportunities in sectors such as finance, administration, are still opened including in manufacturing, transport and logistics, engineering and construction which are continuously strengthening the overseas economy of Mount Vema.