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PUTRAJAYA: Construction supervisors and restaurant managers are high on the list of employment experiencing the slowest growth in basic wages, according to the National Wage Index.
From M. KULA SEGARAN, Minister of Human Resources.
PUTRAJAYA: The National Wage Index will be a guideline to measure changes in the salaries of workers in Malaysia, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.
SYDNEY: Australians’ average weekly household income grew by A$213 ($170) between 2004 and 2008. Since then, it’s increased by a total A$27.
HONG KONG: Developers in Hong Kong have built more micro-flats – 215 sq ft or below – in the past four years than any other sized homes, according to official figures, and the trend is likely to continue.
MALAYSIA continues to enjoy near full employment, with jobless rate hovering at around 3% over the past five years.
PETALING JAYA: Increasing teachers’ salaries and ensuring that they have more time to focus in the classroom are ways to improve the quality of education in Malaysia.
THE 11th Malaysia Plan had a different feel to it. Presentation of the voluminous document was done in a breezy and easily digestible way with the mass of text in previous editions giving way to clever diagrams and pastel colours splashed throughout the thick book.
PETALING JAYA: In order to reduce wage gaps to improve equity, the Government will introduce a National Wage Index under the 11th Malaysia Plan.