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02
Mar

TOP 10 Critical Skills

Do Malaysian graduates have the skills that are most critical to employers in the recruitment of employees? Finding candidates with the right competencies is a key priority for employers. Naturally, employers expect candidates to possess the specific skills and knowledge needed in a particular sector or profession. However, employers’ recruitment metrics also look at key...
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02
Mar

Attitude vs Academic Results

This tweet by Ben Cichy, a former NASA engineer, is still making its rounds today more than a year after he first posted it. While it gives hope to students and graduates, what does it really mean to students and employers? Is it still important or worthwhile for students to take school seriously? Or is...
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25
Feb

Fresh Graduates’ Career-Readiness

Are Fresh Graduates In Malaysia Really Career-Ready? In a survey of employers conducted by Talentbank in 2020, we found that the majority of employers considered local fresh graduates to be not immediately ready to take on career challenges. As you can see from the graph, most of the 196 respondents gave Malaysian college students a...
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07
Jan

Are Employers Hiring in 2021?

The future of hiring, amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, is a major concern among many Malaysian parents, graduates, employers and other stakeholders such as universities. Well, here’s some good news – graduates are getting hired in 2021. In fact, fresh graduates from the Malaysian public and private universities stand a better chance of getting hired...
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31
Dec

Better prospects for fresh graduates to be expected in 2021

BASED on a recent survey by Talentbank, 73.41% of almost 200 organisations in Malaysia revealed that they are willing to hire fresh graduates from both private and public universities next year. While 21.97% of the respondents were unsure about the decision and 4.62% would prefer not to hire fresh graduates, the overall employment prospects for...
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30
Dec

Study Finds Over 70% Of Employers Intend To Hire Fresh Graduates

There’s no telling when Malaysia will be out of the woods as we continue to brave through our third COVID-19 wave, especially with so many Malaysians who have lost their jobs amid the pandemic and are finding a hard time to find work elsewhere. Having said that, what does this mean for fresh graduates who...
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29
Dec

市场招聘公司调查 · 73.41%企业明年有意请“新鲜人”

(吉隆坡29日讯)市场招聘公司Talentbank一项调查显示,约73.41%的受访企业表示,他们有意在2021年招聘政府大学或私立大学毕业的“新鲜人”。
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29
Dec

76 peratus majikan mahukan siswazah baharu

KUALA LUMPUR: Prospek pekerjaan untuk siswazah baharu pada dua tahun mendatang dijangka cerah apabila satu kajian baru-baru ini menunjukkan, lebih tiga perempat daripada majikan cenderung untuk menggaji golongan itu. Kajian bertajuk `Universiti Terbaik Pilihan Majikan’ yang dijalankan oleh Talentbank mendapati, 76.3 peratus daripada 196 organisasi optimis mereka akan mengambil siswazah baharu bekerja pada 2022, manakala...
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29
Dec

Talentbank’s latest survey “Employers’ Top University Choice” reveals bright job prospects for fresh graduates in 2021 and 2022

Kuala Lumpur, 28 December 2020: Recent results from a survey conducted in October 2020 by Talentbank, an award-winning recruitment, market research, education and employer branding company, with 196 organisations in Malaysia revealed a whopping 73.41 percent of respondents intend to hire fresh graduates from private and public universities in Malaysia next year while 21.97 percent of...
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29
Dec

SYARIKAT AMBIL LEBIH BANYAK GRADUAN BAHARU DALAM TEMPOH DUA TAHUN – KAJIAN

Lebih banyak siswazah yang baru menamatkan pengajian akan diambil bekerja oleh syarikat dan organisasi dalam tempoh dua tahun akan datang, menurut satu kajian. Menurut syarikat pengambilan siswazah, penyelidikan pasaran dan penjenamaan majikan, Talentbank, tinjauan yang dilakukan terhadap 196 organisasi di Malaysia mendapati 73.41 peratus responden memberitahu mereka berhasrat mengambil pekerja dalam kalangan siswazah baharu, tahun depan. Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Ben Ho berkata 21.97 peratus responden...
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