Job Demand & Salary Reports for Malaysia

Top 20 Courses to Study in Malaysia that has High Job Demand & Stable Salary

When choosing the right course to study in Malaysia, one important criteria that students should look at is the job demandChoosing to study a course that has future potential high job demand and salary would ensure that you have a higher chance of a successful career that would support your lifestyle goals.

Malaysia’s Top Jobs in Demand According to Critical Occupations List (COL) 2017/2018

When choosing the right course to study in Malaysia, one of the criteria that students should look at is the job demand. If you don’t plan carefully, you may end up studying a course that has no job demand after you graduate. This would be an incredible waste of your time and money.

Top 10 Jobs in Demand in Malaysia

Below is a list of the top 10 jobs that will be in demand in Malaysia in the next few years. When you choose your course, it is important to take into account whether the course you have chosen will get you a job after you graduate. Many graduates have found out too late that they could not find a job because they chose a course which is not high in demand.

Best Jobs in Malaysia with Good Career Prospects

At EduSpiral Consultant Services, we do our research on the job demand for the careers in Malaysia and Salary Reports in order to best advise our students on what to study based on facts and evidence. We have prepare a list of the best courses to study in Malaysia that has high job demand to help students choose the right career for a successful future.

Standard of Malaysian Fresh Graduates Improves According to Jobstreet.com Survey

Improved standards of fresh graduates among Malaysian employers in 2018 according to JobStreet.com survey

Malaysia’s Salary Trends for Top Jobs 2018 According to Robert Walters Malaysia

Malaysian employees can expect to see salary increases in several sectors such as finance and information technology in 2018, according to a salary survey from international recruitment firm Robert Walters.

Top Jobs High in Demand in Malaysia According to Star Publications

We have found the article in Star Online to be useful for students to read through to give them an insight into the job market in Malaysia. The report will help you to decide on the right course to study in Malaysia so that you will have a job that’s in demand when you graduate.

Hot Industries in 2017 for Job Demand in Malaysia

The World Economic Forum (WEF) in its Future of Jobs report, characterises Industry 4.0 as the developments of genetics, artificial intelligence, networked devices, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing and other smart technologies.

Top 10 Jobs in Demand in Malaysia According to Recruitment Experts, Hays

As a result of increasing regulations in Malaysia, 2017 will see risk professionals in high demand. This is just one of the top 10 talent trends for 2017, according to recruiting experts Hays in Malaysia.

Malaysia’s Fresh Graduates’ Job Salaries 2018 by Jobstreet.com

So what’s a realistic number? Based on JobStreet Malaysia’s 2017 Salary Report, salaries for entry level positions can start as low as RM800 to as high as RM5,533. On average, however, fresh graduates can expect a starting salary between RM1,800 to RM2,600.

Top Ten highest paying jobs in Malaysia according to Jobstreet

Jobstreet salary guide shows the top 10 highest paying jobs in Malaysia where students can refer to when making their decision in choosing the right course to study.

The Best Paid Jobs in Malaysia

The Highest Paid Jobs in Malaysia

JobStreet.com Salary Guide for Fresh Graduates in Malaysia 2016/2017

JobStreet.com Launches Its First Comprehensive Salary Guide for Fresh Graduates

Malaysia’s Salary Trends 2018

Salary Trends in Malaysia for 2018 from Human Resources Online

Top 10 Degree Courses in Malaysia with Highest Starting Salaries

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.

8 jobs every company will be hiring for by 2020

Top 8 Jobs in Demand Worldwide by 2020 – Plan Your Future for Malaysian Graduates

2018 Hays Asia Salary Guide on Malaysia

The survey found that salary increases will be moderate this year with 49% of employers planning to offer salary increases of between 3% and 6%, which is 1% lower than what was reported in 2017.

Malaysia’s Salary Trends for Top Jobs 2018 According to Robert Walters Malaysia

Malaysian employees can expect to see salary increases in several sectors such as finance and information technology in 2018, according to a salary survey from international recruitment firm Robert Walters.

2017 Salary Guide for Malaysians by Jobstreet.com

The data showed that the IT sector is expected to grow the fastest next year in a candidate-driven market with salary increments ranging between 20% to 30%. Other key sectors such as accounting, finance, banking, engineering, as well as legal and compliance are also set to see salary increases.

Pikom’s ICT Job Market Outlook In Malaysia 2017

Higher Salary for Information Technology (IT) Professionals in Malaysia for 2018 according to Pikom’s ICT Job Market Outlook In Malaysia 2017