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At $27,227, Malaysia’s GNI per capita based on purchasing power parity is less than half of Singapore’s – here’s what that mea...
But Malaysia's GNI is still higher than countries or regions like Greece and Russia.
Malaysia’s in-demand professionals can expect up to 20% more pay if they job hop in 2020: Robert Walters
In 2020, companies will seek digitally savvy employees with a "progressive mindset".
13 Asian companies were on the list.
Workers in Kuala Lumpur have the worst work-life balance in the world, and they’re also one of the most overworked
People in Kuala Lumpur work for an average of 46 hours a week, with 22 per cent working for more than 48 hours.
A report says the economy is not creating enough high-skilled positions.
50,000 blue-collar jobs for Malaysians are up for grabs after Japan launched a new visa programme to allow more foreigners into the country
Under the new visa system, foreign nationals with certain Japanese language and job skills will be able to apply for a resident status that grants foreigners working rights in 14 sectors for up to five years.
Malaysians are buzzing about a purported SIA recruitment drive offering S$4,500 in salary and allowances
Highly paid Malaysian Singapore Girls? Not everyone is happy about this.
If Malaysians don't take up 3D - dirty, dangerous and difficult - jobs, foreign workers will take their place, Mahathir says.
It is 10% more than the Asia-wide average.
Competency-based interviews and the fight for top tech talent: This is how Malaysia’s job market will change in 2019, according to Randstad
Specialised technology professionals can command a monthly salary of up to 25,000 ringgit in Malaysia, much higher than the typical 3,000 ringgit fresh graduate pay, Randstad said.