However, Deputy Human Resources Minister Mahfuz Omar says, the number of unemployed graduates went up slightly compared with the same three months the previous year.
No plan to impose curfew on those under 18, says Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail in giving reasons why youths prefer to stay out late.
It shows Malaysians are not shy to accept lower-paying jobs just to stay employed.
BNM assistant governor urges youths to be more financially savvy.
Iman Research says youth participants of discussions it held want cabinet members to be able to speak up against Mahathir, and are uneasy with the “fast rise” of Anwar Ibrahim.
Iman Research finds that youths did not take the PH’s pledge to resolve certain issues within 100 days seriously but are hoping that it will fulfil these promises, especially the creation of job opportunities.
The Malaysian Employers Federation says incentives will encourage employers to recruit more young people with no work experience.
Italian luxury goods house Prada on Wednesday reported a return to net profit growth, following four years of threadbare results, as its strategy of targeting younger fashionistas paid off.
Sofia Ahmad, who joined Umno four years ago and is contesting a post in Puteri Umno, says the party is still relevant and that it can rise from defeat.
Umno is now free to imbue itself with the best values and define its philosophies and direction, unburdened by the past, as it strives to speak up for the people.
This will affect government's plans to develop a skilled workforce, says minister Kulasegaran.
A group of unemployed Libyan youths will shut down oilfields in the town of Marada in the east unless demands for better state services are met.
A random check with young voters shows some will not be returning to vote as they feel that it is better to depend on themselves than on politicians.
Khairy Jamaluddin says he does not want the problem of unemployed graduates any more.
Over 30% of US teenagers surveyed admitted to riding in a vehicle driven by a person under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Sabah CM Musa Aman says Sabah can be an excellent martial arts hub.
Penang police chief says the bulk of these are youths are below 20 years of age.
The prime minister says RM45 billion collected annually from the consumer tax helped the government to implement various programmes including cash handouts under BR1M.
Prime Minister Najib Razak tells BN Youth, Umno Puteri gathering in Johor that priority will be placed on skills, job opportunities as well as housing.
The younger generation is now focused on progress, development and a better future, not the struggle for independence led by a political party.
Former Umno supreme councillor says Barisan Nasional will continue ruling the state after GE14 despite claims by the opposition of eroding support.
The former prime minister says a future government by Pakatan Harapan will have both young and old leaders.
He says it is difficult for youths to save now but this is absolutely necessary to plan for their retirement.
With more and better jobs, the younger generation will not only be able to survive but will thrive in the competitive world.
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