The rise of job vacancies series is proving a reliable leading indicator of labour demand and turning points in employment growth.
Federal Court will now have 6 women judges, the highest number ever in the apex court of 14.
The National Union of Flight Attendants Malaysia says this will also reduce cost of training new workers.
The national carrier, which shed about 6,000 people in 2015, is now looking for cabin crew and has vacancies in other areas, too, as it begins expanding.
Sarawak minister says state needs 988 teachers by March and wants the federal education ministry to give it the authority to recruit Sarawakian graduates.
New chief justice, court of appeal president and chief judge of Malaya are expected to be unveiled soon.