The top confidence tips for international students to help your employability

For many students, the jump from studying to employment can be a struggle due to the different skills that are needed at university compared to the working world. When searching for a graduate role ,being organised, expanding your skills and resilience are all important. However, building your confidence can be key to learning how to successfully promote yourself and to gain new skills that can help you find the perfect job.


By Jen Garmston Published: April 08, 2019

Skilled workers in increasing demand despite ASEAN job market getting tough

The employment landscape in Southeast Asian is undergoing rapid changes. In addition to wavering growth rates in some countries, an instability skills demand means that many jobs are at risk and employees feel insecure about their positions. At the same time, employers across the board struggle with a shortage of talent and are increasingly open to sourcing specialists from abroad.

A culmination of the regional economic integration policy, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is also likely to aid candidates’ mobility and encourage companies to facilitate sourcing a workforce from neighbouring countries. While it will add to the already significant challenge of talent retention, it will also provide viable alternatives for unskilled workers willing to acquire basic language skills to seek opportunities abroad.


By ASEAN Today
Published: June 05, 2016

UK employers are seeking foreign graduates to fill the skills gap in finance and tech jobs

According to the latest research, technical sectors such as finance, data and analysis are showing a substantial shortage of British graduates. Therefore, companies looking at talent from abroad to fill gaps, according to Emolument, a salary benchmarking website, analysed data from 32,000 establishments.


By Independent
Published: May 24, 2016

Toyota to build new plant in Malaysia

Seeing the potential mid- to long-term growth in demand for vehicles including subcompact cars,the word largest automaker plans to build a new factory in Malaysia, said by a company source on this Tuesday.


By bankok post
Published: May 17, 2016

The 5 highest-paying sectors in Singapore in 2016

According  to a new report by staffing firm Kelly Services, the highest-paying jobs in Singapore of this year are in these five sectors: information technology (IT); accounting, sales and marketing; banking and finance; and the healthcare and life sciences.


By Ann Williams
Published: May 05, 2016

Ten companies actively recruiting in Malaysia

These 10 companies in Malaysia are still actively hiring , according to the Vulcan Post.


By Vulcan Post
Published: April 29, 2016