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In 2023, Malaysia’s construction industry will see changes in both employment and compensation.


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The Randstad Malaysia 2023 talent and wage forecast study covers information on important labour trends as well as employer insights on salaries, bonuses, hiring patterns, and talent expectations. To get additional details to help you design your 2023 strategy for workforce planning and talent acquisition, download the complete study.
Malaysia’s economy is expected to grow because to new project announcements and the continuance of domestic infrastructure improvements, notably in the railway sector.

But the building industry’s anticipated advancement has been slowed back by a scarcity of labour. In Malaysia, the construction sector is now experiencing a 550,000-worker shortfall, according to Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM).

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Source: Randstad


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