The government's failure to create enough jobs is a key issue for voters in the polls.
About a third of them were managers, professionals and technicians.
A strong labour market and robust economy likely keep the Federal Reserve on course to increase interest rates again in December.
The former Pandan MP says he hopes PKR members will evaluate him based on his commitment to the party's struggle.
The US Labor Department estimated that the country added 134,000 net new positions last month, far weaker than analysts expected and a figure that was likely dented by Hurricane Florence.
However, no reason was given for his decision to leave the public transport firm.
The magistrate orders him to serve an additional one month’s jail if he is unable to pay the RM1,000 fine.
The supermarket chain says it is looking to hire many of the Giant staff who will soon be out of a job.
Article weighs pros of EIS benefits to employees against cons to national economy and market liquidity.
The father of four is said to have been depressed as he had been jobless for two months.
Employers federation says today’s workers are expected to multi-task and fresh graduates need to be open to learning and doing different things.
The Employee Insurance Scheme is expected to be undertaken by Socso and implemented in 2018.
Serdang MP Ong Kian Ming says Malaysians need to improve their skills to stay employed in the difficult times ahead.
The highest sectors to retrench staff were the finance and insurance sector, followed by manufacturing and the transport and storage sector, says the Human Resource Ministry.
Malaysian Employers Federation Executive Director Shamsuddin Bardan says businessmen claim there are too many additional costs imposed on them and are shifting to other Asian countries.
Former UM vice-chancellor says it could rise to 600,000 if nothing is done to improve their English proficiency and university education as a whole.
They are posing tough competition for locals involved in a variety of businesses, says former RAM Holdings Group Chief Economist Dr Yeah Kim Leng.
Jobless man also ordered to be whipped twice after failing to convince judge that he had sex with a 13-year-old girl, three years ago, out of love.