Attitude of the younger generation and perception on job security


While the the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is worried that Malaysians might not have enough to retire due to wage and inflation issues, as well as unemployment, especially among young people, some Gen Zers think otherwise.

KUALA LUMPUR: Job and finance are the two important things in life that move in a parallel motion.According to the South-East Asia Game Industry Report 2021, game revenue in Malaysia is projected to reach over US$402mil (RM1.7bil) in 2021, driven by its diverse pool of talents and original ideas with the unique ecosystem.

Besides esports, the younger generation is also into creative content creation which could generate an “interesting” sum of income based on the views and shares they obtained on their social media, according to Bernama.

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