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More job interviews

PETALING JAYA: Come to the Star-Jobs h.e.l.p Career Centre at Studio V, 1 Utama for interviews between 2pm and 6pm tomorrow, and on Thursday, if you are looking for a career in retail, automotive manufacturing, event management, youth education or administration.


Women in IT industry sharpen their skills

IN line with the Malaysian government's call for continuous education, Gorgeous Geeks, a not-for-profit organisation comprising women who work in the IT industry, hosted its first 'Women in Leadership' conference which was aimed at developing human capital among women professionals.


MSC firms hiring 3,500 people

Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) expects Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC)-status companies to create about 3,500 more jobs by year-end.


The IT edge

SUN Microsystems Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Sun) recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) to train university graduates in Sun Learning and Certification solutions.


Three women win money in contest and go on to realise their dreams

Three Malaysian women were chosen as the winners in Dutch Lady's 'Shine It Starts In Me' contest and were awarded a total of RM45,000.


Nizar to honour ICT blueprint

Perak's Pakatan Rakyat government will honour the ICT blueprint launched by the previous Barisan Nasional government.


Not just a game

The importance of having both experience and skills was emphasised during the Options in the ICT World career talk at the Star Education Fair 2008.


Developing an industry

You can't go wrong by choosing ICT as a career, says an expert.


Good potential as animation hub

Malaysia can be one of Asia's biggest animation hubs in the future - that is the firm belief of web designer Josh Lim.


50 MSC-status firms to get global certification

Multimedia Development Corp (MDC) expects 50 MSC Malaysia status companies to achieve global certification standards next year through its capability development programme.