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The recruitment market is expected to grow moderately in the second half of 2017.
It can take a long time for higher education to pay off.
Forecast for the Malaysian and Penang economy for the second half of the year.
As labour demand increases, labour supply struggles to catch up.
Our public universities struggle to catch up with the rest of Asia. With the recent budget cut, what options do they have left in trying to regain former glory?
With unemployable graduates and a financial status that runs in the red, can private schools survive in Malaysia?
As we enter the second quarter, we take a look at what's affecting the Penang economy.
While our education system has yet to shift its focus to Science, Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM), learning centres fill the gap.
The competition for the highly skilled occurs between cities more than between countries.
In spite of the waning appeal of basic certification programmes, they are still vital to the manufacturing sector.
PSDC is offering on-the-job training for new workers to meet the growing demands of the halal industry.
The road to a knowledge-based economy will be a long and difficult one.