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EFFORTS put in by local higher education institutions (HEIs) in preparing graduates for the job market, is bearing fruit.

A recent survey found that nearly three-quarters of organisations in Malaysia plan to hire graduates from local public and private HEIs this year and in 2022.

The Talentbank survey – published in December last year – suggests that the country’s HEIs are producing graduates with skill sets that are in line with industry needs and desired by employers.

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