People with primary education levels had the biggest drop in median salaries and wages last year.
Prior to the pandemic, EPF noted that 19% of Malaysian children were living in relative poverty.In other words, 1.7 million children were living in a family whose parents or guardians made less than about RM2,900 — 50% of the median household income of the country, which is RM5,860.40% of children below the age of five experienced stunted growth due to poor nutrition, while 14,000 teens dropped out of secondary school.Based […]
Malay Mail reported based on DOSM's data in 2016 that Malaysia's gender ratio has been slowly widening over the past five decades - from 101 in 1980, to 103 in 1991, 104 in 2000, 106 in 2010, and to now 107.The report also noted that Malaysia's male population surpassed their counterpart by one million since at least 2016.The World Health Organization (WHO) contended that if a country... Click here to read […]
The data was released by the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) in its Labour Force Statistics, Malaysia, March 2020 report today, 8 May.The report noted that the current unemployment rate as of March 2020 stood at 3.9%, the highest since June 2010 (3.6%).In comparison to the same period last year, March 2020 accounted for 610,500 unemployed Malaysians, while March 2019 recorded... Click here to read the full article. Source: