• Solution Jobless Graduate in Malaysia
    This research is to identify future help which can contribute towards reducing the unemployment rate of graduates in Malaysia. It does so by gaining initial insights into this problem through two groups: graduates and employers. The data draws on why graduates are unemployed from their own perspecti
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  • Graduate Unemployment in Malaysia
    Unemployed graduates have become a cause of concern in Malaysia. The findings of a Graduate Tracer Study in 2006 involving 132 900 graduates from institutions of higher learning all over Malaysia indicated that 30.7% of graduates remained unemployed six months after graduation, while 5.7% were still
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  • Graduate Unemployment
    ELEGBEDE SIKIRULAHI TUNDE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS , NIGERIA. ABSTRACT This paper examines causes of unemployment in Nigeria as well as the consequences and implications of graduate unemployment in Nige
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  • Causes and Effects of Unemployment
    Causes and Effects of Unemployment Unemployment defined by the Encyclopedia Britannica is the condition of one who is capable of working, actively seeking work, but is unable to find any work. In addition, to define a person as unemployed, the person must be an active member of the labor force in
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  • Unemployment in Malaysia
    1.0 Introduction Malaysia has an independent, highly participative democracy, which already early in its independence, held a unique record in social development, as measured in health and education. The overall unemployment rate is not exceptional in an international perspective. The interesting
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  • Unemployment
    CERTIFICATION Certified that the contents and form of reported entitled “CAUSES OF UNEMPLOYEMENT IN SOCIETY” Has been founded satisfactory for the requirement of the degree Dedicated to our Sweet parents Teachers And Friends ACK
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  • Unemployment
    No easy transition from education into employment A year after completing education, about 80% of young Slovenians are in employment. However, this proportion was just 70% for those who had only a secondary school level of education. The main reasons for difficulties in the transition from school t
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  • Unemployment Graduetes
    * Unemployed graduates have become common problem in Malaysia even in the world. Why are there so many graduates who are unemployed? And what factors lead the problem? * For many years, the issue cropped up again and again, made the news headlines, and even hit the parliament. * You shou
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  • Consumer Lifestyles in Malaysia
    Consumer Lifestyles in Malaysia Euromonitor International July 2011 Consumer Lifestyles Malaysia  Euromonitor International Page i List of Contents and Tables Structure of the Report ............................................................................................................
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  • Unemployment Rate
    British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences ISSN: 2046-9578, Vol.5 No.2 (2012) ©BritishJournal Publishing, Inc. 2012 http://www.bjournal.co.uk/BJASS.aspx Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria: Causes, Effects and Remedies. Dr. Oluseyi A. Shadare Department of industrial Relations and Personnel manageme
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  • Unemployment in the Philippines
    Preliminary Report One | Unemployment in the Philippines | | Ysabela carisse L. de Claro | 10/15/2012 | Sociology A52 11236396 Output One in Sociology | Our country faces problems like any country in the world. Poverty, crimes, environmental issues, etc. Some problems are rather eas
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  • Unemployment
    Our agency, conducted a survey of 3300 human resource personnel and bosses from March 29-31 2005 via email to find out the factors for graduate unemployment. The factors are weak English which is 56%,bad social etiquette 36%,demand too much pay 32%,degrees not relevant 30%,fresh grads too choosy 23%
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  • Poverty, Inflation and Unemployment: Role of Policy Makers in Eradicate the Problem
    Introduction Unemployment, inflation and poverty have become issues worldwide, including Malaysia. Unemployment can be defined as those of working age who is without work, but who are available for work at current wage rate. In other word, unemployment involved people who are seeking for a job, b
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  • Gdp 2005-2009 Malaysia and Hong Kong
    Introduction We had chosen Malaysia developing country and Hong Kong develop country to compare with. We had analyzed Malaysian economy and Hong Kong economy for the last five years and compare it with the economy of using appropriate diagram and charts. This assignment is to show Gross Domest
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  • Unemployment
    UNEMPLOYMENT PHENOMENA. Unemployment is not a new issue in Malaysia. Unemployment is an economic condition marked by the fact that individuals actively seeking jobs remain unhired. Unemployment is expressed as a percentage of total available work forces. Another definition of unemployment is Perso
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  • Women Malaysia
    COUNTRY BRIEFING PAPER WOMEN IN MALAYSIA AMINAH AHMAD Consultant December 1998 The views and interpretations in this paper are those of the author and not necessarily those of the Asian Development Bank. This paper is one of a series prepared by consultants in conjunction with the Pro
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  • Reasons People Are Homeless in Malaysia
    REASONS PEOPLE ARE HOMELESS IN MALAYSIA Homeless is defined as people who have nowhere to live, and who often live on the streets (Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, 2008). Almost all countries in the world are facing this phenomenon. However, in Asia there is only one percent of people wh
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  • Minimum Wage: Moving Malaysia Backwards
    FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY University Malaya CSGB6101 Human Capital Management ------------------------------------------------- In the late 2010, the issue of a minimum wage policy has been debated in Malaysia after nationwide picketing organized by the Malaysian Trade Union Congres
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  • Financial Crisis 1997 Impact to Malaysia
    TWN Global Economy Series 26 Financial Crisis and Asian Developing Countries The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis: The Case of Malaysia GOH SOO KHOON AND MICHAEL LIM MAH-HUI Third World Network TWN The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis: The Case of Malaysia GOH SOO KH
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  • Reasons for Unemployment Among Graduates
    ARE GRADUATES TO BE BLAMED? UNEMPLOYMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE GRADUATES IN MALAYSIA By Norshima Zainal Shah Dublin City University, Ireland ABSTRACT The primary aim of this paper is to identify future help which can contribute towards reducing the unemployment rate of graduates in Malaysia, especiall
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