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The global hiring market has been active this year, but the same cannot be said about next year. The US-China trade war and Brexit will continue to be the overhang in most markets.
Yoon Chang-hyun's parents told him to get his sanity checked when he quit his secure job as a researcher at Samsung Electronics Co in 2015 to start his own YouTube channel.
SEOUL: Some young Koreans are also moving out of the cities for farming or taking blue collar jobs abroad, shunning their society's traditional measures of success - well-paid office work, raising a family and buying an apartment.
HONG KONG: Investment bankers in Hong Kong are catching biotech fever.
TOKYO: Japan is joining the global hiring frenzy for technology engineers, as the nation known for modest pay and lifetime employment competes for cutting-edge talent with China and the US.
HONG KONG: In the last two years, more than 30 global asset managers have been awarded licences to set up wholly-owned units in China as they sought a share of the country’s US$1.5 trillion private fund management market.
MORE Malaysians are pursuing master’s degrees in public and private learning institutions, with some juggling work and studies at the same time.
PETALING JAYA: The challenging economy may have hit many workers in their pockets.
AMID the tough job market, workers in IT and merchandising feel relieved and secure to be in such robust sectors.
The uncertain economy has left many bosses and employees navigating the job market cautiously. But a report has shown healthy growth for certain industries like IT and merchandising which have seen a spike in job vacancies.