JobStreet

Most white-collar Malaysians open to working abroad: JobStreet
According to a recent survey by online recruitment company JobStreet.com, 55% of Malaysians in white-collar positions said if given the opportunity, they would say yes to working overseas. A similar JobStreet.com survey conducted on Singaporean white-collar workers showed 88% were open to overseas work opportunities.
Singapore’s US$96mil bid to address Series A crunch
The Singapore Government has picked Golden Gate Ventures as one of six VC partners to help address the Series A crunch, reports Karamjit Singh.
Short red skirts, sexy long legs … and startups
Malaysia has produced some of South-East Asia’s most successful dotcom and ICT companies, and has much to offer the smart investor, but is somehow not on investors’ radars, writes Dr V. Sivapalan.
Week in Review: More need to carve out time
Leaders in Malaysia’s ecosystem have to make themselves available This includes JobStreet’s newly minted millionaires, led by Mark Chang
Australia’s SEEK to acquire JobStreet outright
Australian-Stock Exchange-listed SEEK Ltd has announced it would acquire the remaining 78% of JobStreet Corporation Bhd shares it doesn’t already own in a deal valuing the Kuala Lumpur-based online recruitment company at RM1.73 billion (US$523.5 million).
Week in Review: Defending the rights of all Malaysian netizens
DNA will be watching out for and defending the rights of all Malaysian netizens to a free flow of information, but our job will be made easier if all of you get behind us, writes CEO and founder Karamjit Singh.
Week in Review: The glass is more than half full
Ecosystem improving, new VC funds to launch, best angel tax incentive in the world Startups should not blame VCs for not getting funding, lack of exits the real cause
JobStreet rolls out salary-matching feature
JobStreet.com has launched a new feature called Salary Matching that matches candidates to the salary they want, saying it was the first and only job site in South-East Asia to have such a feature.
Slower hiring, but IT pros and engineers needed: JobStreet
According to the recent JobStreet.com Job Outlook Report on Malaysia, hiring is expected to slow down for the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2013, although IT professionals and a variety of engineers are still in demand.
JobStreet: Malaysian workers not getting enough family time
In an informal JobStreet.com poll, 63% of Malaysian workers surveyed said they have not been spending enough time with their family due to long working hours. Nearly 70% spend two to five hours working beyond their official work-hours every day.
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