Woon Tai Hai
Low-income & low-skilled gig activities do not add real value to economy Pikom is confident that various gig issues will be overcome in due time
BNM expects sustained domestic demand & spending to continue anchoring growth Pikom sees need to be cautious over strong and sustained headwinds in months ahead
Rise attributed to pivot by society, business to digital technologies Report benchmarks salaries of 61 jobs from 21 economies worldwide
Pikom’s Malaysian economic and digital job market outlook shows meagre growth in 2021, better outlook in 2022
Acceleration in digital adoption via impetus from MyDigital & 5G deployment Jobstreet sees greater future need for ‘digital first’ skills & expertise in market
Edwin Yapp mulls the state of graduates today compared to seven years ago, when Digital News Asia first explored the issue. Has anything changed?
Report indicates a gloomier year for the industry, with some light at the end of the tunnel.
Salaries in 2017 grew by 5% compared with 4.6% in 2016.
Aims to raise awareness and advise the government on policy formulation to combat cyber crime.
There is still light at the end of the tunnel based on Pikom’s latest ICT Jobs Outlook report.
Living in uncertain times, Pikom concerned over potential changes in US economic policies and the threat of a slower Chinese economy.