TalentCorp manager of industry partnerships Noor Asmaliza Romlee says these shortages are being filled by foreign experts.
Around 2,000 employees affected as a result.
The total number employed is projected to increase by 200,000 to 15.3 million next year.
Ireland’s economy is considered the most vulnerable in the EU to a no-deal Brexit.
Pioneer ethical recruitment agency in Malaysia to drop hefty hiring fees.
The important thing is for the economy to grow and produce more more job opportunities.
Only Second Schedule of the Industrial Court Act which restricts wages to 24 months shall apply, says judge.
Government looking for ways to boost number of females in jobs.
The government is ready to bring home more than 150,000 British customers over the next two weeks.
Aziz Kaprawi says instead of introducing Gojek. Putrajaya should finance youths to venture into hi-tech agriculture fields and earn more.
PPBM chief strategist Rais Hussin warns that PH is not listening to the people.
Master Builders Association Malaysia says big projects, such as the second phases of the Pan Borneo Sabah and East Coast Rail Link, were eagerly awaited by contractors.
The iPhone maker says its direct workforce grew from 80,000 to 90,000 in the 2.5 years since its last US job estimate.
Positions that must be filled by Saudis range from front-desk jobs to management.
To be operational in October, the portal will be able to help more than 50% of job seekers
Charles Santiago says failure to address concerns over PTPTN, wages and jobs will work against PH in the next general election.
Ford's decision should it close its plant in Cardiff will be a 'hammer blow' to more than 1,500 workers who depend on the business to get by the day.
British Steel faces a full compulsory liquidation after talks between the government and its owners failed to rescue the company from its financial collapse.
The prime minister's special adviser on media and communications further adds it is also the rakyat's responsibility to ask them to reconsider their positions.
Report says government looking to sign agreement with Tokyo which could potentially create up to 50,000 jobs for Malaysians.
Ministers have been told to table policy papers related to creating jobs, improving the lives of the people at special Cabinet meeting tomorrow.
The shipping company had bid for jobs worth US$6 billion in the first quarter of 2019.
Unionist hopes mega projects will create more jobs, while employers federation expects new hires to be mostly on contract.
APU is developing Industry 4.0-relevant programmes that are the first-of-its-kind - Cyber Security, Data Science, IoT, Intelligent Systems and Cloud Computing.