Planning Your Job Search

No idea where to start? Here are some useful tips on how to find the graduate job that's right for you.

Ready to leave your job and start a career elsewhere? Here are some easy steps to help you find the right words and craft that professional resignation letter. 

COVID-19 and its after-effects aren’t going to ease just because you’ve graduated or are graduating. How can you job hunt now at this time of social distancing?

Done with your studies? Now it’s time to look for a new job. gradmalaysia helps you find a way around some common (but costly) job-searching mistakes.

Currently looking for a job suitable with your qualifications after long years of studying? Hear what Benny Razali has to say

Are you struggling to land a job because your CGPA is below average? Fret not, Meenadharshini provides you with some fundamental tips to get you hired!

In the current economic climate an increasing number of jobs are never actually advertised, so it is vital to be proactive in your job search! Here are some of the most effective ways of finding those hidden jobs.

Make sure you don’t miss the employers who are actively recruiting – but be aware too that plenty of available jobs are also not advertised.

Besides impressive paper qualifications, there are three other P’s that are just as important – if not more – when you’re looking to secure a job.

Think bonuses, incentives and more as Jacie Tan sheds some light on the bigger picture of your employment contract.

It’s a jungle of jobs out there! Jaideep Patel shows us how to navigate through the thick and thin via these simple steps.

Talk of recession got you down about your job prospects? Take it as a chance to get your head in the game and get ahead once you graduate.

Action plans are useful – they give you some idea of what you’re meant to be doing, and when you’re meant to be doing it.

There’s much you should do before you even apply for an internship, management trainee programme or graduate job.


It’s a ‘chicken-or-egg’ situation, isn’t it? How can you find a job you might find interesting when the only way to do so is to be in a job? 

Making a good career match means thinking about the people, the place, the position and, most importantly, YOU.

News of an oncoming recession got you down about your job prospects? Take it as a chance to get your head in the game and get ahead once you graduate.

If you have not yet identified what makes you tick, it’s time to figure that part out before you start looking for your first job.

Make sure you don't have these 3 identity problems before beginning your job search!