Major tech upgrade that made job searching more effective Partners FutureLearn, to help Malaysians upskill, reskill, stay in demand
In complementary online courses provided by Jobstreet and FutureLearn, specialised tech courses are the most popular among Malaysians.
JobStreet, FutureLearn partner to upskill, reskill Malaysian workforce with free international courses
Chance to unlock 100k free courses on emerging, transferrable soft skills Candidates receive validation with sharable certs upon course completion
Fintech firm announces the funding following significantly oversubscribed Pre-Series A funding round.
Mark Britt and Chris Lobb will retire from their board positions effective June 30, 2017.
Google and Intel were the only technology companies in the 10 companies Malaysians most want to work for, according to JobStreet.com’s annual Top 10 Companies 2016 survey, with oil and gas companies remaining the most highly sought-after.
With its JobStreet acquisition wrapped up, SEEK Asia is gearing up for the next stage of its online recruitment business, writes Goh Thean Eu.
ASX-listed SEEK Ltd subsidiary SEEK Asia has appointed JobStreet.com operations head Suresh Thiru as its CEO, effective Jan 1.
Singapore has just about arrived as a global startup hub, while Malaysia is still struggling to become a regional one. Is there a role that Malaysia can still play? DNA executive editor A. Asohan thinks so.
While in Malaysia’s ICT industry lag others in South-East Asia, the industry still has some of the top 10 best-paying jobs in the country.