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 12Certified Professional Leadership in Management12 - 13 December 2017
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 Expect bleak job market next year  Experts say companies will be cautious about creating new positions and fresh graduates will either have to settle for low paying jobs or drive for ride-hailing services like Uber or run food-truck businesses.Free Malaysia Today   |   Wednesday, 8 November 2017
 Mustering up the Master's  It is more important to secure a job soon after the first degree and think about pursuing higher qualifications after gaining work experience .The Star   |   Sunday, 3 September 2017
 Mixed reaction to fresh grads wanting RM3,000 starting pay  Citing the high cost of living expenses including rent, petrol and food, some fresh graduates interviewed by FMT said that a starting salary of RM3,000 was the only way they could satisfactorily make ends meet.Free Malaysia Today   |   Saturday, 26 August 2017
 Millennials shunning blue-collar jobs: MEF  Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan says many college or university graduates would rather stay unemployed than take up bluecollar jobsThe Sun   |   Thursday, 24 August 2017
 No money to hire graduates, says MEF  Shamsuddin said the problem had persisted for several years. “It is likely that the total number of unemployed graduates in the country has exceeded 100,000 if we include those from previous years.”Free Malaysia Today   |   Friday, 18 August 2017
 Why employers hesitate to hire fresh graduates  MEF executive director Shamsuddin Bardan said this was on top of the current economic climate, which had made employers even less open to the idea of risk and training new staff.Free Malaysia Today   |   Tuesday, 28 March 2017
 English Proficiency Critical to Enhance Employability of Graduates  More than 90% of respondents to the latest MEF Salary Surveys 2016 indicated the need for graduates to improve on English proficiency in order to become more employable.   |   Thursday, 24 November 2016
 Opting for what they didn't study for - and it's a good trend  More graduates are now working  sectors that are unrelated to their field of study, says the Malaysian Employers Federations.The Star   |   Sunday, 27 March 2016
 Nation builders wanted  With waning interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) among school children, Malaysia may have to turn to foreign workers to help achieve Vision 2020.The Sunday Star   |   Sunday, 28 February 2016
 New system for better grads  The new integrated cumulative grading system for the next intake of students in five public universities will create more marketable. competitive graduates. said Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan.   |   Monday, 10 August 2015
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