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PROFFESIONAL ENGLISH 2|
JOB PREFERENCES AMONG STUDENT UNIKL IPROM|

NO| TITLE| PAGES|
1| SUMMARY / ABSTRACT| |
2| INTRODUCTION| |
3| LITERATURE REVIEW| |
4| METHODOLOGY| |
5| RESULT/ FINDING | |
6| DISCUSSION| |
7| CONCLUSION/ RECOMMENDATION | |
8| APPENDIX | |
9| REFERENCE | |

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ABSTRACT

Current students are often confusion to choose the right career for them after graduation. The confusion is whether to choose a job in the private sector or the government because they both have a distinct advantages and disadvantages. Malaysia comprises both the government and private sector work field. Generally the government sector involves the administration and welfare services to the community in the state or country. On the other hand, the private sector plays a major role in driving the innovation, creativity and investment needed to boost Malaysia's global competitiveness and support the goal of becoming a high-income country, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today (RMC TNS JR, 2010). Sector work in Malaysia offer more and more work every year. Finding the right job is a challenging level. To start, the key sectors will join to be decided either the government or the private sector. So, I did some research to find out their real direction. Then, I conducted a study using an online survey from my sample population. The result was in a bar graph view to present the voter turnout for the facility and further comparison of the two sectors are discussed. From the results, both these sectors provide the same basic facilities. In certain aspects such as wage rates, the private sector is better. During the loan period, the government sector is more beneficial. In conclusion, both these sectors give us the opportunity to have a choice on our own. But knowing this information is something that is needed because it can help you to enjoy your stage work in your life.

INTRODUCTION
1) BACKGROUND

Work field is a common thing in our mind where all of us need to go for a work to have some money to continue this life. We as a Malaysian citizen actually should feel thankful because in Malaysia, there is still a lot of career opportunity. Generally, working sector in Malaysia can be classified into two main categories which are government sector and private sector. The percentage of workers in private sector was higher than government sector. Government sector usually provide a services and managing welfare aspect of Malaysia citizen in term of education, health, economy and other. Furthermore, worker in government sector does not aim to gain profit from their job but they just work to have a monthly salary. Example of work it government sector is a teacher in a government school, a doctor in a general hospital, etc. In the other hand, private sector mostly aimed to gain profit and revenue base on their company’s mission statement by providing services or selling a product. Example of private sector is like Ericson Company, DELL Company or any private factory or company. Nowadays, both of these sectors provide different experience of working that makes job seeker need to think wisely before entering this sector. This two main sector will definitely provide their worker with job facilities such as salary, loan, employee’s welfare, leave, promotion, etc. Whatever this sector provides to their worker, it may influence job seeker. Choosing a right and suitable working sector is important not only for fresh graduate student but also to anyone who wishes to start to work. Both of these sectors seem to have advantages and disadvantage that contribute to the current scenario where the private sector have more worker compare to government sector. The aim of the research is to study the advantage and disadvantage of working in both sector in a certain aspect and provide useful information to the job seeker such as UNIKL IPROM student. Furthermore it aimed...
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