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The top 5 job categories that are in demand in Malaysia According to Human Resources Online

Find Out Which are the Top 5 Job Categories in Demand in Malaysia According to Human Resources Online

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Top 5 Job Categories in Demand in Malaysia According to Human Resources Online

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  1. Accounting & finance
  2. Administrative & clerical
  3. IT/technical/engineers
  4. Hospitality/F&B
  5. Sales/retail/marketing

These are the five job functions with roles that are currently in demand in Malaysia.

This is based on FastJobs’ analysis on its portal that focuses on roles for non-executives and blue-collar workers.

The portal has also seen job seeking activity increase by 26% post the CNY season. The majority of job seekers (80%) are in the age group of 18-35 years old and come with a minimum qualification in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia.

Local candidates aged between 20-30 years old often seek employment in the five sectors of food & beverage; retail; construction; entertainment; and telecommunication industries, with two-thirds (66%) asking for a monthly salary between RM1,500 to RM3,000.

FastJobs Malaysia General Manager, Joelle Pang said: “As part of our efforts to provide equal job opportunities to Malaysians, we urge employers to post jobs during the peak season to gain full access to a diverse pool of active or relevant local talent.”

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