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  1. #166
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    The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) reported that in 2016 alone, there were 200,000 unemployed local graduates in Malaysia.

    The number does not include the ones who have just completed the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), diplomas and certificate programmes. Many reasons were given ...... the wonder why Malaysian graduates remain unemployed.

    Tiga Sebab Utama why local fresh graduates remain unemployed are: poor attitude, lack of English proficiency, and poor communication skills. That is too much, don’t you think so? Yet, we still wonder why Malaysian graduates remain unemployed. These graduates probably do not realise that what is expected from them at work is vastly different from their worry-free campus life. More than just reporting for duty at work on a daily basis; employees are required to produce goods and services to generate revenue directly or indirectly for their respective organisation. According to Christopher Raj, the President of the Association of Hotel Employers , out of 10 job applicants in the hospitality industry, 8 or 9 could not speak English. “The problem is bad, not only among school leavers, but also graduates from our local universities. You ask them in English and they answer in Bahasa

    Might as well have a major degree in four years course in e hailing where they learn how to drive. At least, they can be self employed as taxi contractor for Uber. Unless they have proficiency in Inglish communication as many international speak English, they can do Grab where locals tend to use this app. Most of all, Mat rempits also can go U where they can be riding for Ubereat. They can show off thier skill to deliver foods from Nasi Lemak to Roti Chapatti. Janji Ditetapi dengan Zroom Zroom Zroom https://www.ihrnet.com/and-we-wonder...in-unemployed/
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    I have met one driver in PRC who is very very rich. He is a company car driver for expatriate staff.

    I was with the BUL (business unit leader) few times inside his car chauffeured by this driver. I didn’t pay attention to him, he looks like a typical Shanghainese in his mid 40s. The BUL told me this guy is richer than our kwailoi CEO !!

    Those who are familiar with Shanghai will know the busy Pudong is located east of the Huangpu River and was formerly dilapidated land with old villages, mostly occupied by farmers. When the city council developed Pudong to become the central business district, they developed in parcels and acquired land in phases. Those earliest batches who sold their farm land and houses didn’t make much from the proceeds because the place was just developed. When the landscape of Pudong was established, the surrounding land price escalated. Any Shanghainese who have a house or a piece of land big enough to build a skyscraper building are benefited from the land appreciation.

    Quite a few of the locals became multi-millionaires and some keep low profile by finding a flexible job to kill time.
    Chinese tea is good, lager beer is better, 香檳 is the best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    I have met one driver in PRC who is very very rich. He is a company car driver for expatriate staff.

    I was with the BUL (business unit leader) few times inside his car chauffeured by this driver. I didnít pay attention to him, he looks like a typical Shanghainese in his mid 40s. The BUL told me this guy is richer than our kwailoi CEO !!

    Those who are familiar with Shanghai will know the busy Pudong is located east of the Huangpu River and was formerly dilapidated land with old villages, mostly occupied by farmers. When the city council developed Pudong to become the central business district, they developed in parcels and acquired land in phases. Those earliest batches who sold their farm land and houses didnít make much from the proceeds because the place was just developed. When the landscape of Pudong was established, the surrounding land price escalated. Any Shanghainese who have a house or a piece of land big enough to build a skyscraper building are benefited from the land appreciation.

    Quite a few of the locals became multi-millionaires and some keep low profile by finding a flexible job to kill time.

    The original inhabitants of Shenzhen also experience the same kind of financial windfall.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    when there is a will there is a success.

    A guy left his wife & young family in Romania 8 yrs ago to be come a private taxi airport charter in Tegel, Berlin. He sold his old car and other possession to buy a brand new VW. His wife was apprehensive and many told him he was crazy to venture out on such a risky move...

    fast fwd today he owns a fleet of 10 cars doing the same charter...meanwhile he rides motorcycle (almost everywhere)and 2 yrs ago, made simple youtube of his adventures etc...Today he is an 'internet star of sort' in the motorcycle community...https://www.facebook.com/MotorcycleAdventureRTW
    He gets paid a small commission Euro2/item, via product bought thru Amazon and he is as happy as a frog in the rain. Each time, he went riding, he told his wife it is 'work' related :-) .. Pavlin is a buddy of mine
    in luv with bikes...in lust with AphroditeS AWAS! Suspek is an Avid procurer to myths, lies, legends, folklores, i-ching, rumors, misinformation, cakap-ayam, spɹoʍ uʍop ǝpısdn puɐ˙˙DLL .
    p/s Take all the above with a XL salted duck egg, wash down with 2fingers of sodium hypochoride, and suck on to a pebble size tmn negara Rock salt

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    ...Each time, he went riding, he told his wife it is 'work' related :-) .. Pavlin is a buddy of mine
    The late Hugh Hefner (passed away less than two weeks ago), also said the same things to his wife lah...

    " Darling, you think I like to be surrrounded by all the topless hotties and bunny girls, day and night ?? This is my work...what to do !! "
    Chinese tea is good, lager beer is better, 香檳 is the best..

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    Electric cars to be here .....oops in Singapura 1st. Soon Uber and Grab 4 wheels degree holders will be jobless.....and taxi drivers too. Apanakdikatolagi?

    https://syedabdulrazakalsagoff.blogs...gapore-in.html
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    met an Uberer in Surfers Paradise when i wanted to visit a buddy in the orang kaya Sanctuary. I directly asked and this Ozzie uberer is earning AUD600-1000/week, at times more than 8hr a day ferrying locals. Tourists only hang around the center and take the tram & bus to get around.
    Why am I not surprised? He wrongly assumed i am a china mainlander with a backpack fulla cash when he asked for the reconfirmation of the destination....I wish!

    My buddy and wife retired early after a highly successful career in Sydney, and now live in a mansion multi millionAUD home with a 50footer cabin cruiser at the canal...they have a luxe wagon in their garage, where they will go to sell silver trinkets and hand made itsybitsy on weekend markets ...heck! They even drove to Adelaide to sell their silver thingy...WHY do that lah? The answer is to pass time each time they are back from their 2 x a yr 3 months Luxe cruise to here & there and everywhere... Life is surfers paradise is heaven indeed for them...except for the damn pesky sandflies!
    in luv with bikes...in lust with AphroditeS AWAS! Suspek is an Avid procurer to myths, lies, legends, folklores, i-ching, rumors, misinformation, cakap-ayam, spɹoʍ uʍop ǝpısdn puɐ˙˙DLL .
    p/s Take all the above with a XL salted duck egg, wash down with 2fingers of sodium hypochoride, and suck on to a pebble size tmn negara Rock salt

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    Yes...there is this ex. High Court Lady Judge here selling used tools/junks on Sunday in the Sunday Market.

    You can't tell her by the way she dresses..
    Macam refugee. But try and speak to her, outsiders will be shocked to know

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    Well, this is simple life.. like what I posted in other thread..

    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    That's why you forever stuck in this "most people" category.

    In life, once you reach a simple level, you don't need to bother of leverage this, leverge that anymore. I think you wouldn't know people who is beyond your level don't need to think of getting richer, life is simple and good to keep it that way.

    Only pathetic "neither-here-nor-there"
    spend whole life leverage this, leverage that, leverage here, leverage there and yet still stuck in a pathetic level. What a life !!
    Chinese tea is good, lager beer is better, 香檳 is the best..

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