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Tuesday, April 17, 2012


This list is based on the employment market in Malaysia and compiled based on data obtained from jobs posted at Allyhunt and the general observation of jobs advertised in print media as well as other online job sites this year.

1. Software Engineers or Programmers
- those that lament no jobs probably did not bother to upgrade their computer skills. Otherwise, programming jobs are in abundance and IT or technology-related jobs will only increase as our reliance on the computer and internet grows by the hour.

2. Sales Officers/Executives
- from selling engineering products to advertising services, the sales career is in demand every day. Jobs are aplenty and in times like these, employers are relying more on good and dependable sales personnel to help the company stay afloat. If you don't make the cut, you help to create a job vacancy.

3. Accounts Executives / Accountants
- this career never suffers a day of downturn. Probably in bad times, instead of three executives, employers may make do with two because companies cannot function without them. The financial reports are needed to make critical business decisions. That's why the openings for accounting personnel are always available.

4. Audit Executives
- like their accounting counterpart, auditing work goes on regardless of the economic climate.

5. Mechanical, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineers
- for those with Diploma or Certificate qualifications, job posts for technicians are in demand.

6. System Support or Network Engineers
- goes hand-in-hand with programming jobs. You can't have software without the hardware , network connections, etc..

7. Customer Services Executives / Call Centre Agents
- with a big bulk of contributuions for our economy coming from the service sector, it goes without saying the need for customer service personnel is there. On top of what, with more business-outsourcing centres being set-up nowadays, the openings for call centre agents are also increasing by the day.

8. Clerks / Administrators
- there is a reasonably high job demand in this sector, but the supply of workers far exceeds the number of jobs available. That's why applicants for these jobs still find it tough to get hired.

9. Pharmacists
- people are getting more health-conscious and with that, the pharmaceutical industry is experiencing dynamic growth. The total number of registered pharmacist in Malaysia stood at 7,298 last year, giving a ratio of one pharmacist to 3,878 population. There is obviously a vast shortage of pharmacists. A career in pharmacy is tipped to be on the rise in the next few years.

10. Teachers for pre-schools and private schools
- we shall see a rise in the future as more Malaysians are relying on private and specials schools to educate their children.

(sources : Allyhunt, 2012)


  1. dulu ada la berimpian nak keje2 camtu,
    la ni dah penat keje, rasa nak duk rumah jd suri rmh jer...uwwaaaaaa hehehe

    mish u!

    1. sama la kite...
      impian dulu tinggi melangit tp skg....fhewwwww~
      wish our dreamz will cOme true yep!!

      mish u jugak aniz!