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Unemployment In Malaysia.
Transcript of Unemployment In Malaysia.
MOHD AMIRULNAIM BIN RAZALI AP110415
MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM BIN SULAIMAN AP110079
MUHAMMAD SYAFIQ BIN SUBARI AP110058 The objective of this study are as follows:
1) To study the cause of unemployment in
2) To keep our communities free from
3) To increase public awareness of the
impact of unemployment Malaysia. Overall : 30% prefer strongly agree, 46% agree, 10% not sure, 6% disagree and 6% strongly disagree.
Overall who are agree are 76% .
Male : 36% stat strongly agree, 36% agree , 10% not sure, 10% disagree and 6% agree.
Female : 23% tick strongly agree, 56% agree, 10% not sure, 3% disagree and 6% strongly disagree.
From this data, it shows that Most of the people agree with Malaysian are too choosy in finding job. Overall : 26% strongly agree, 50% agree, 13% not sure, 10% disagree and 0% strongly
disagree. Overall of respondent that agree are 76%.
Male : 26% pick strongly agree as their answer, 53% agree, 6% not sure, 13% disagree
and no one for strongly disagree.
Female: 26% vote for strongly agree, 14% agree, 20% not sure, 6% disagree and 0%
Majority agree that the job in Malaysia are too low in salary.This is correlated with the financial of oneself to sustain in hard times of economy, which the unemployment occur as the salary is seem to be low for them for their future.
Thus, this become second main cause of unemployment in Malaysia. The mentality of the unemployed shoud be changed in order for them to realize that they must start from bottom,as high salary comes with high achievement which they should work for it not hope for it. There is nothing that any such party can help them unless themselves.
Overall : 26% interested with strongly agree while 56% agree,6% not
sure, 13% disagree and 0% strongly disagree. Overall who
are agree are 82%
Male : 30% Strongly agree,53% agree,3% not sure, 20% disagree
and 0% strongly disagree.
Female : 23% choose strongly agree, 60% agree,10% not sure ,6%
disagree and 0% strongly disagree.
Malaysian are too ambitious ,which they hope for better job and high salary have get the more agree from respondent compare to disagree. Objective 3 To increase public awareness of the impact of unemployment Malaysia Overall : 25% Strongly agree, 55% Agree, 20% Not sure, 0% Disagree, 0%
Strongly disagree. Overall who are agree are 80%
Male : 26% strongly agree, 56% agree, 16% not sure, 16% disagree and 0% strongly disagree.
Female : (26%) strongly agree, 53% agree, 23% not sure, 0% disagree and 0% strongly disagree
The result show that male respondent are more agree about this question rather than female but it only show a little bit different only. The uprising of crime rate are correlated with unemployment , as when a comes , they would do such crime in order to survive the harsh world.
This become the main impact of unemployment in Malaysia with a majority 80% agree upon it. The government and social care organization should identify and help them on motivation courses or rehabilitation like programs to give them a head up or a kick start of their life , which need a positive thinking in order to give the youth a second chance.
Overall : 21% Strongly agree, 58% Agree, 13% Not sure, 3% Disagree, 3%
Strongly disagree. Overall who are agree are 79%
Male : 20% strongly agree, 53% agree, 16% not sure, 6% disagree and 3% strongly disagree.
Female : 23% strongly agree, 63% agree, 10% not sure, 0% disagree and 3% strongly disagree
The result show that female are more than male for answering agree as the answer. The unemployed were worried with the jobs that were offered or available in this current economy will not suits them and the available jobs are not preferred to them. Thus this is the main cause of unemployment in Malaysia. The government and any other sector should define and explain clearly the jobs description and the direction of such career to boost the mentality of Malaysian.
To study the cause of unemployment in Malaysia. Objective 2
To keep our communities free of unemployment.
100 people was selected for the study but only 60 correspondent answered. Since this is an issue on unemployment, we have decided to focus our research on men and women with job status from various sector.
The questionnaire was about on their views on unemployment in Malaysia. This questionnaire focused on the awareness, cause and effect of Malaysians about unemployment and how to resolve this problem. Questionnaires distributed to the target public for feedback. Of targeted respondents aged 18-30 years old. Observation and analysis were performed based on the questionnaires answered by the respondents. The data collected was evaluated and statistics were provided
From the total of 100 respondent, only 60 person that answer the questionnaire thoroughly. This shows that the awareness of unemployment in Malaysia is medium. This shows the correlation of number of answered questionnaire with the objective. By study the awareness and the perspective of the respondent, we can spread and get the community to understand the issues of unemployment, thus set our communities to be free of unemployment.
There must be a campaign on freeing the country from unemployment with all parties, such as the government, private sectors, and parents to the youth, which to prevent and decrease the rate of unemployment.
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