Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Malaysia Employment Outlook & Salary Guide 2009/2010 from Kelly Services

The Malaysia Employment Outlook and Salary Guide 2009/2010 from Kelly Services reveals that there is increasing demand in telecommunication, Web 2.0 development, call centre, and some other fields.



It is observed that these fields generally registered a 3% increase in minimum and maximum salary, despite the dampen economic climate during the survey period.

Among the highlighted hot jobs are:
  • Credit manager
  • Finance manager - investment
  • Head of charge cards
  • Head corporate credit risk
  • Senior customer service officer
  • Call centre team leader
  • Finance & admin executive
  • Safety officer
  • Sales manager
  • Head of channel management
  • Business development manager
  • Senior HR manager
  • Compensation & benefits specialist
  • Recruitment manager
  • Help desk analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Unix specialist
  • Logistic coordinator
  • Warehouse manager
  • Purchasing manager
  • Head of quality
  • Senior project manager
  • Sales engineer
  • Civil engineer
Click here to download the Malaysia Employment Outlook and Salary Guide 2009/2010.

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6 comments:

Of Tr@vels, 3nvironment and bl@bl@bl@ said... Reply To This Comment

the salary is still veryyy low even you're looking at the high salary with (so many) years of experience...how many jobs are there with 5 figure and how much hard work does those worker need to pour in to get to that position..it's not worth it considering that you work like a horse and there's no good quality of life..well that's my opinion though..:D

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

Hi,

Salary is just a figure. You can earn 5 or 6 figures, and have to spend 5 or 6 figures for a living in certain region of the world.

A good way to look into it is to link your salary/earning with the cost of living.

You might be interested to read about the UBS' Price and Earnings Report 2009 and also the Mercer's Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2009.

Of Tr@vels, 3nvironment and bl@bl@bl@ said... Reply To This Comment

yup..i'm already very well aware of this..but with my experience abroad..we still have ways to save money..things are definitely expensive in other places like Tokyo but they earnt a lot there..they could save it and use it in other countries..whereas in Malaysia, we earn peanuts and spend peanuts? (i don't think so)..and public services and facilities sux..cheapest place is Kuala Lumpur..remember, that is for the rich people to say that,not us..so we must cabut as well..earn the 5 figure salary, spend it in Malaysia..that's the best..hehe..or get into UN..RM20k in the europe with no taxes..

Voyager8 said... Reply To This Comment

Ya. In today's information age, it is very possible to stay in Malaysia (or Thailand/Vietnam/Brazil/...) and earn USD or Euro money.

If the broadband infrastructure is more established, it is even possible to stay in a small town in, lets say Kelantan or Sarawak, and earn the same USD or Euro.

Sara said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Author
You are doing great job for job seekers like me.
Please keep it up, I would like to hear more from you.

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