Average Salary of Degree Fresh Graduates in Malaysia


Fresh Graduates’ Salary in Malaysia

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After SPM or UEC, there are many different pathways for you to choose from and sometimes it can be confusing. Students who are not sure of what to study after SPM can contact EduSpiral Consultant Services to help guide you to choose the right course and university. At EduSpiral Consultant Services, we have counseled and helped thousands of students to choose the right course and private university to study in Malaysia.

Nowadays, a diploma is not enough, students need to go for a degree in order to get a good salary in Malaysia. Education is one of the pathways to a better life through getting a stable job with a good salary. Students should choose the right course with high job demand in Malaysia so that they have a secure future. The starting salary of a fresh degree graduate in Malaysia is about the same for everyone. After you work a few years, and your employer has a chance to see you show off the knowledge and skills that you gained through a top private university education in Malaysia, your salary will start to increase faster. Therefore, choosing the right university is also important for a successful future.

EduSpiral Consultant Services provides free advise to students after SPM, O-Levels, STPM, A-Levels, UEC, and Pre-University to guide them in choosing the right course and university to study so that they can have a successful career. The aim for EduSpiral Consultant Services in sharing this article is to help students in selecting their course of study and career paths based on areas in demand.

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Negotiating Your First Salary in Malaysia? Here’s What You Should Know

Published on Monday, 20 April 2015 08:18Written by Teh Wei Soon for Malaysiandigest.com

SO you got your first job offer. You breathe a sigh of relief and jubilantly celebrate the rite of passage. But wait, you are forgetting one important point that is easy to miss when you are embarking on your working career – your starting salary.

Salary is the most important consideration when it comes to embarking upon a new career, according to a recent Nielsen survey based on job hunters in Malaysia.

Understandably, this comes as no surprise as job applicants, fresh graduates in particular, do not choose a job that would not pay well after putting so much investment and effort into their hard-earned degrees.

However, there will always be trade-offs to be made between the employer and employee in any salary negotiation. Employers may not be willing to consider negotiating with someone who is just starting out in the workforce. On the other hand, fresh graduates do not want to oversell themselves but they also must avoid selling themselves short, as it is difficult to change your position once you’re in a pay structure.

So, while you should nearly always consider negotiating your salary, but take stock of your circumstances. There are cases where negotiations would be inappropriate or very unlikely to succeed.  Understanding the context in which your negotiation is going to take place and being sensitive to the culture of the organization is undoubtedly an important task.

JobStreet.com carried out a study last year to find out the top 10 highest paying jobs at entry-level in Malaysia to help fresh graduates gauge whether their salaries are competitive to the market.

Source: JobStreet.com MalaysiaSource: JobStreet.com Malaysia

It is clear that there are many jobs where entry-level applicants have limited options when it comes to the ability to negotiate salary. For fresh graduates, we hear the oft-repeated advice that rather than focusing on money, focus on learning, skill and career development.

So, for those new to the job market, do you prioritize starting with the right company and the right job rather than the salary and how do you ensure that the salary you are getting is in the ballpark of what a similar company would offer?

“It Is More Of An Employer’s Market, Job Seekers Need To Be Realistic” – MEF

In an interview with Malaysian Digest, Executive Director of the Malaysian Employers Federation Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan (pic) said the current labour market condition is more of an employer’s market, saying that the labour market is expected to experience a crunch as the economic outlook is fraught with major challenges this year.

Referring to the statistics from the Companies Commission of Malaysia which revealed that 2,581 companies closed in 2013, Shamsuddin said when it comes to salary negotiation, it depends very much on the labour market situation as many big corporations are undergoing massive retrenchment programme.

“Oftentimes, fresh graduates have unrealistic salary demands and tend to be choosy about the company they want to work for as well as the position offered.

“Besides, the lack of required skills and poor command of English language are also among the main reasons that cause fresh graduates to face unemployment,” he said, adding that the longer they are not employed after graduation, the more difficult for them to secure a job.

“Fresh graduates should not immediately reject a job offer simply because of the low salary but they must instead equip themselves with working experience and relevant knowledge first as this will put them ahead of the job-seeking pack later. After all, it takes efforts to stand out and secure themselves a place in a workplace of their choices,” he stressed further.

It is important for the fresh graduate to also be able to see the situation from the employer’s perspective. Be aware that there are some companies that have very structured new grad programs where there isn’t flexibility in the salary. For example, government, military, public education and the civil service have very little flexibility in salary negotiation.

Hence, fresh graduates need to establish an appropriate asking price and it is crucial to think about this in advance before attending a job interview or embarking upon a new career.

Negotiating salary is always a delicate matter, but with a little research, supporting your value through valid arguments, and a few important considerations, you can get the most out of a job offer.

Know The Current Salary Benchmark And Market Trends

Speaking of salary negotiation, candidates should first take the time to understand the company’s compensation package before applying for a position there, said JobStreet.com country manager Ms Chook Yuh Yng when contacted by Malaysian Digest recently.

“If a fresh graduate demands 30 percent or 50 percent more than the current market rate without any relevant working experience, then it would be fair to say that it is unrealistic. They must be willing to do their research to better understand what they are worth through salary benchmarking.

“It is important for a fresh graduate to know the current salary benchmark. They must also remember that they are competing against other candidates for the same position and some candidates may have a few more years of relevant working experience that is more attuned to market demands and trends,” she noted.

According to a survey conducted by Jobstreet.com in September 2013, the top reason cited for the unemployment of fresh graduates is “Asking for unrealistic salary/benefit” (67 percent), followed “Poor character, attitude or personality” (60 percent), “Poor command of English language” (55 percent) and “Lack of required skills” (42 percent).

Asked if the quality of the fresh graduates is up to the mark, she said, “There is a gap between the employers’ expectations of graduates and the quality graduates produced. Therefore, it is crucial for the employers, universities and society to work closely and narrow the gap of these expectations.

Citing a survey conducted by JobStreet.com in September 2013, she said, “Nearly 70 percent of employers think the level of quality among fresh graduates is only average. It is not due to lack of academic qualification, but because of their bad attitudes or poor communication skills shown during interviews or at work.”

Echoing the thoughts of country manager of Jobstreet.com, a recruitment consultant of Agensi Pekerjaan & Perundingcara Bright Prospect Sdn. Bhd, Yen Ming told Malaysian Digest that fresh graduates who have unrealistic salary demand is among the top reasons for employers to turn down a job applicant especially the fresh graduates or entry-level job applicants.

Recruitment consultant of Agensi Pekerjaan & Perundingcara Bright Prospect Sdn. Bhd, Yen Ming“Fresh degree holders can expect to get an average salary of RM2,400 to RM2,800 with the average being RM2,600 across all industries, although some of them may get more than the mentioned salary range. However, it is important for them to possess the required necessary skills, good command of the English language and other relevant knowledge as this will help them to be promoted faster,” she said.

When asked on whether there is discriminatory employment on fresh graduates from a certain type of university or college, she said, “Employers usually will not base their decision solely on the candidate’s university. Nevertheless, it is fair for me to say that employers likely favour graduates from foreign universities as most of them, if not all, tend to carry themselves better.

“Therefore, unless the prevailing perception that local graduates are incompetent can be changed, the issue of quality of local graduates will forever be contentious.

“It is imperative for entry-level job seekers to know what they are good at in order to know themselves better. Fresh graduates should be realistic when it comes to seeking work for first employment. They should not have high hopes in getting a high salary at their first attempt but they should instead aim to gain worthwhile experience before they can demand more,” she pointed out.

“Employers know that any job seekers will want a fair deal, but it is important for them to demonstrate their capability and what they can contribute to the organization first before they should talk about the nitty-gritty of the deal – salary,” she added.

Experience Before Job Or Vice Versa: The Chicken And Egg Dilemma

 

Chook, however, told Malaysian Digest that when it comes to salary negotiation, it is best for fresh graduates to gain relevant experience first before they could demand for a higher salary or benefits.

“We usually advise the job seekers to not immediately reject an offer if the salary offered is below their expectation. This is because a good remuneration package will follow when they have built a good profile and excelled in their fields. The advice we can offer candidates is to be serious about their job application, be prepared for the job interview by researching and understanding more about the company and to make sure they attend the interview upon receiving an invitation,” she said.

Chook added, “Candidates are encouraged to sell themselves in a job interview by stressing on why they are the best fit for the company. It is imperative for them to enumerate their achievements, skills, experiences and other useful information that might help them seal the deal.  If they want a huge jump in salary, they must be able to justify the amount they are asking for.”

“Unless prompted, they should avoid asking about the salary package during the first interview, as it is important for candidates show that they are genuinely interested in the job itself,” she concluded.

While the numerical figure of what you are getting paid for the work you do is important, but as highlighted by the employment professionals we spoke to, a person must be able to justify their salary negotiation and the only way to do so convincingly is to fulfil your job expectations the best that you can.

In the words of Steve Jobs, the late CEO of Apple and famously difficult and demanding as a boss, had observed the following in his speech to the graduating class of 2005 at Stanford University:

“You’ve got to find what you love… Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” – Steve Jobs.

On average, fresh graduates earn about RM2,100, junior executives RM2,100 – RM3,900, and overall average across different industries RM2,800.

Top 10 highest Starting Salary for Fresh Graduates in Malaysia
 Pharmacy RM3,640
 Corporate Strategy RM3,200
 Sales – Financial Services RM3,054
 Doctor RM2,719
 Sales – Engineering and IT RM2,612
 Geophysics RM2,612
 Aviation RM2,533
 Actuarial Science RM2,475
 Sales – Corporate RM2,456
 IT – Software RM2,452
Top 10 highest Starting Salary for Junior Executives in Malaysia
 Doctor RM3,899
 Process Design and Control RM3,898
 Corporate Strategy RM3,800
 Sales – Financial Services RM3,729
 Engineering – Oil/Gas RM3,606
 Finance – Corporate Finance RM3,500
 Pharmacy RM3,470
 Aviation RM3,475
 IT – Software RM3,398
 Legal Services RM3,396
Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs for Senior Executives
 Geophysics RM7,514
 Doctor RM6,903
 Engineering – Oil/Gas RM6,353
 IT – Software RM5,269
 Process Design & Control RM5,086
 Training & Development RM4,964
 Pharmacy RM4,935
 Engineering – Electronics RM4,928
 Engineering – Mechanical RM4,745
 Audit/Taxation RM4,721
Top 10 Best Paying Jobs in Malaysia at Manager Level 
 Doctor RM9,530
 Engineering – Oil/Gas RM9,462
 Aviation RM9,406
 Audit/Taxation RM9,226
 Banking – Financial Services RM9,100
 Geophysics RM8,938
 Publishing or Printing RM8,650
 Engineering – Chemical RM8,545
 Engineering – Electronics RM8,146
 IT – Software RM8,112
Top 10 best paying jobs in Malaysia at Senior Manager Level
 IT – Hardware RM18,100
 Quality Control/Assurance RM17,768
 Geophysics RM17,500
 Property/Real Estate RM16,917
 Engineering – Electrical RM16,503
 Publishing/Printing RM16,500
 Corporate Strategy RM15,606
 Engineering Oil/Gas RM15,307
 Sales – Corporate RM14,815
 Engineering – Civil RM14,768

 

Fresh Graduate Pay by Industry
Banking
Bank Islam RM2,250
Maybank RM2,470
Public Bank RM2,800
RHB Bank RM2,500
Oil & Gas
Petronas RM4,000
Shell RM4,500
Accounting & Audit
LHDN RM2,700-RM3,200
Russell Bedford RM2,000
Automotive
PROTON RM2,450
Perodua RM2,200
Education
University of Nottingham (Lecturer) RM6,500
Monash University (Lecturer) RM6,000
Taylors University (Lecturer) RM5,500
Kolej Tunku Jaafar (A-levels Lecturer) RM2,800
Insurance / Takaful
Lonpac insurance comp RM2,800
IT / SAP/ Consulting
Accenture SAP Graduate Trainee RM2,300-RM2,500
Accenture Analyst (CGPA) RM3,600-RM3,800
British Petroleum SAP Estar RM3,200
CISCO Network Engineering RM2,800
Maybank PMO RM2,600
iPerintis Customer Service RM2,300
Plantations
Sime darby – Specialist, Finance and Accounting RM1,900
Manufacturing
Western Digital RM2,650
Yokohama Industries RM2,300-RM2,500
LB Aluminum RM2,200-RM2,300
Ranhill WorleyParson RM2,600
Top Glove QA Officer RM2,800-RM3,000
Giant Product Exec RM2,300
Property/ Estate Management/ QS / Building
QS in construction company RM1,600-RM1,800
Call Centre
VADS call centre RM1,700
HP call centre RM2,300
Dell call centre RM2,200
Management Trainee
OCBC Bank Management Trainee RM2,600
Bursa Malaysia Management Associate RM3,200
CIMB TCB RM3,000-RM3,500
RHB Management Associate RM3,000
RHB Graduate Associate RM2,500
UOB Management Associate RM3,500
UOB Management Trainee RM2,800
BAT Management Associate RM3,500
Proton Management Trainee RM2,600
Ambank Graduate Trainee RM2,800
Public Bank Management Trainee RM2,800
Kraft Management Trainee RM3,500

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How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma. Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma.
Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

  • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
  • What are your interests & hobbies?
  • What is your passion?
  • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
  • Salary of the career of choice
  • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant in Malaysia to Help you Choose the Right Course after SPM

Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partners which are top private universities and colleges in Malaysia for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

What am I good at? What am I not good at?

"I attended EduSpiral's Education Fair at KInta Riverfront after my SPM exam in December and obtained great information there. Although Asia Pacific University is famous for IT but I found out that they have a solid accounting programme and I can get a UK degree. I got a scholarship as well from APU." Julian Hum, from SMK St. Michael Institution, Ipoh studying Business at Asia Pacific University.

“I attended EduSpiral’s Education Fair at KInta Riverfront after my SPM exam in December and obtained great information there. Although Asia Pacific University is famous for IT but I found out that they have a solid accounting programme and I can get a UK degree. I got a scholarship as well from APU.”
Julian Hum, from SMK St. Michael Institution, Ipoh studying Business at Asia Pacific University.

An undergraduate degree course in Malaysia lasts three to five years – that’s a long time to spend studying something which you don’t enjoy, especially at a more intense level! First of all ask yourself what you have enjoyed studying at secondary school in Malaysia.

Your SPM or O-Level results will show what you are actually good at. Having good results in Maths, you can consider Actuarial Science, Accounting, Computing or Finance courses. Having narrowed down to these courses, you can go for the Foundation in Arts for 1 year before really choosing which one to study for your degree.

Alternatively you can also think about subjects you definitely don’t want to study at university level and which you can’t wait to say goodbye to. Crossing these off will make your list of options smaller and less overwhelming.

Your parents and friends would also be able to give you an idea of what you are good at. Looking at your hobbies and interests would help to narrow down the list. Your hobby in drawing could open the possibility of choosing design courses.

What qualifications do I have already?

You may already have an idea of the area you want to study and find a career in, which will have dictated what subjects you’re already studying at school. However it’s good to look at the qualifications and grades you have (or are predicted to have) to see what you are already eligible to study. Some students want to study medicine but in their SPM results, they only managed to get 5Cs. To study in medicine, one needs to have at least 5Bs including the science subjects. Students need to be realistic in choosing their course of study by looking at their actual results.

If your actual results do not meet the entry requirements for your particular course of interest, then you may need to consider other options or to resit the SPM or O-Level exam to get the necessary results.

What are my interests?

I loved motorsports and EduSpiral gave me great advise to help guide me to achieve my dream. Justin Moo, Mechanical Engineering graduate from Taylor's University

I loved motorsports and EduSpiral gave me great advise to help guide me to achieve my dream.
Justin Moo, Mechanical Engineering graduate from Taylor’s University

If you can’t think of an academic subject which you’re especially strong at or one which you would want to pursue at university-level, think about your non-academic interests outside of school. It’s likely that you’re much more passionate about these but you’ve never even thought you could study a course related to these (or pursue a career in this area).

Your hobbies, interests and which clubs & societies that you have joined in secondary school would give you some idea of what you are good at. These, together with your actual results would contribute to your decision-making process in choosing the right course of study.

New courses are being created all the time to prepare and develop talent for growing industries, such as animation or computer game design. Projects, events and knowledge related to these interests can all contribute to show that you’re passionate about this area and eligible to study on a course which can prepare you for a related career.

In other cases there may be several routes to your dream career, some of which may allow you to study something different before transferring or. Talk to those who are already working in this area to see how they got to where they are now, including what they studied (or even what they wish they had studied).

What do I want to do for my career?

EduSpiral explained the courses in detail and took us around the campus to view the Pharmacy facilities to help me make a good decision about my future career. Ka Jun, Pharmacy at UCSI University

EduSpiral explained the courses in detail and took us around the campus to view the Pharmacy facilities to help me make a good decision about my future career.
Ka Jun, Pharmacy at UCSI University

You may have a clear idea of what you want to do for a career which makes choosing a course to study easier, particularly if you want to become a doctor or lawyer. You can search our articles section to see if we’ve already written about your dream graduate career and how you can achieve this.

When making a decision about your career, it is important to take into consideration the average salary. Starting salaries in Malaysia is about RM2800 to RM3000 for most careers while starting salaries in Singapore is about SGD2714. Although starting salaries is generally the same level for everyone, what you do in the following years of your job will determine how much higher you would get.

Therefore, it is also important to choose the right university that would equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to move up in your career. Many students make the mistake of choosing the cheapest university for their studies and then later realise that they cannot get the promotion or salary increment because they did not get the skills needed. English is one of these skills that most students do not take seriously about its importance for promotion and salary increments in future jobs.

Think about it, if you are unable to write a report or email in proper English or do a presentation smoothly, how would you be able to become a manager or CEO eventually?

Some of the Best Pre-University & Degree Programmes to Study in Malaysia

Best Pre-University Programmes in Malaysia

Top Engineering and Built Environment Courses in Malaysia

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application. Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application.
Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

Outstanding Computing and Information Technology Courses in Malaysia

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well. Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well.
Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

First Rate Applied and Health Sciences in Malaysia

The Best Business & Accounting Courses in Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel. Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel.
Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Excellent Social Science Courses in Malaysia

Top Design Courses in Malaysia

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction. Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction.
Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

First Rate Hospitality and Culinary Arts Courses in Malaysia

Education and Music Courses in Malaysia

Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia

I needed to complete my degree as quickly as possible and EduSpiral introduced me to MDIS where I was able to obtain a UK degree in IT in less than 3 years! Danny Chan studying IT at MDIS Singapore

I needed to complete my degree as quickly as possible and EduSpiral introduced me to MDIS where I was able to obtain a UK degree in IT in less than 3 years!
Danny Chan studying IT at MDIS Singapore

Switzerland

Malaysia

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
  3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
  4. APIIT
  5. UCSI University
  6. Taylor’s University
  7. First City University College
  8. HELP University
  9. HELP Academy
  10. HELP College of Arts & Technology
  11. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
  12. KDU College Damansara Jaya
  13. KDU University College Penang
  14. YTL International College of Hotel Management
  15. IACT College
  16. Point College
  17. Saito College
  18. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
  19. Nilai University
  20. Reliance College
  21. UCSI University Sarawak Campus

EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on courses and universities in Malaysia & Singapore.

EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get. These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable.

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

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