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admin October 21, 2019
[Nanyang] 大学毕业第一份调研,男注重前景,女注重高薪。

[Nanyang] 大学毕业第一份调研,男注重前景,女注重高薪。

招聘公司Talentbank近期在一项调查发现,女性在毕业后寻求的第一份工作最在乎的是薪酬,职业发展是其次,而男性则希望第一份工作是有助事业发展的前景。…

admin October 21, 2019
[Seehua] 首份工作,女性看薪酬,男性重前景

[Seehua] 首份工作,女性看薪酬,男性重前景

招聘公司Talentbank近期在一项调查发现,女性在毕业后寻求的第一份工作最在乎的是薪酬,职业发展是其次,而男性则希望第一份工作是有助事业发展的前景。…

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[The Malaysian Insight] 男女会如何选择第一份? 男注重事业发展女追求高薪

[The Malaysian Insight] 男女会如何选择第一份? 男注重事业发展女追求高薪

招聘公司TALENTBANK近期针对大学毕业生踏入职场展开的调研显示,男性期待第一份工作有助事业发展前景,而女性则追求更高的薪酬。…

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[FreeMalaysiaToday] 55% of whom are from the Klang Valley, submitted their votes during a seven-month period.

[FreeMalaysiaToday] 55% of whom are from the Klang Valley, submitted their votes during a seven-month period.

KUALA LUMPUR: A new survey has found that women graduates looking for their first job put salary and bonuses first and career development second, while it is the…

admin October 21, 2019
[Berita Harian] Siswazah wanita utama gaji lebih baik, lelaki fokus kemajuan kerjaya

[Berita Harian] Siswazah wanita utama gaji lebih baik, lelaki fokus kemajuan kerjaya

KUALA LUMPUR: Bagi kalangan wanita yang mencari pekerjaan pertama selepas memperoleh ijazah, mereka mengutamakan gaji dan bonus, diikuti kemajuan kerjaya. Bagi golongan…

admin October 21, 2019
[Selangor Kini] Kerja pertama: Wanita pentingkan gaji, bonus

[Selangor Kini] Kerja pertama: Wanita pentingkan gaji, bonus

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 OKT: Bagi kalangan wanita yang mencari pekerjaan pertama selepas memperoleh ijazah, mereka mengutamakan gaji dan bonus, diikuti kemajuan kerjaya,…

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[Oriental Daily] 首份工作,女性看薪酬,男性重前景

[Oriental Daily] 首份工作,女性看薪酬,男性重前景

(吉隆坡20日讯)招聘公司 Talentbank 近期在一项调查发现,女性在毕业后寻求的第一份工作最在乎的是薪酬,职业发展是其次,而男性则希望第一份工作是有助事业发展的前景。…

admin October 21, 2019
[New Straits Times] Undergraduates from more than 100 universities voted for their preferred employer brands from a total of 83 companies across 23 categories.

[New Straits Times] Undergraduates from more than 100 universities voted for their preferred employer brands from a total of 83 companies across 23 categories.

KUALA LUMPUR: For women looking for their first job after graduating, salary and bonuses come first and career development comes second while it is the reverse for…