Set your goals using the SMART method! For goals to be powerful, they have to be S-M-A-R-T.
Your goals need to be clear and well defined to provide you with sufficient direction. You need to be able to measure your success, whether it is by time or success rate. So set goals you can track.
The ART of Self Assessment
You may not not realise this but self-assessment is something you often do in your life, whether it is analysing how you performed on a test or how you behaved in a certian environment. Doing it right will help you get the results you desire.
A self-assessment in a realistic appraisal of yourself. For a fresh graduate, it is the first step to your career planning as it involves analysing and reflecting on your knowledge, skills or even what you may lack.
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Tough the number of university graduates has increased, Malaysia still has a relatively low number of graduates in the workforce compared to other economies in and around our region.
In Malaysia it takes six weeks to fill a professional position as compared to three weeks in the Phillipines or two weeks in Indonesia.
Today, Malaysia has built a competitive industry and achieved high penetration rates for ICT services. However, the industry will have to undergo a paradigm shift from providing infrastructure and access to providing applications and content that will enable the knowledge-based economy.
For Malaysia to transition from a middle-income to high-income economy, the continued development of the ICT industry is fundamental.
Malaysia banking today and future growth. Malaysia’s financial system has over USD96.8 billion in net international reserves, ranked number 18th.
“Ringgit Malaysia”, the country’s currecy, is the fourth-best perfomer among 10 Asian currencies outside Japan, and it has risen 9.3% againts the USD in 2010, the best performance amongst Asia’s most-traded currencies.
Electrical and Electronics (E&E)
Contribution to Malaysia’s economy. From its humble beginning in Penang, E&E’s meteoric rise place Malaysia amidst frontliners globally as a major player in this field.
The largest contributor to the multiplier effect on the E&E National key Economic Area (NKEA) are the palm Oil NKEA (31%) and Wholesale and Retail NKEA (National Key Economic Area) (21%)
3 Quick Interview Tips
Make sure you have the name and contact details of the person who interviewed you. If you do not hear from him or her at the agreed time, don’t assume you didn’t get the job unless you are specifically told this. Otherwise, follow up.