How many Malaysians have degrees?
Principal Statistics of Graduates
The number of graduates in Malaysia was 5.29 million persons in 2019, increased 6.9 per cent from 4.94 million persons in 2018 as shown in Chart 1. In the meantime, graduates in the labour force went up 6.8 per cent to 4.42 million persons (2018: 4.14 million persons).
How many graduates per year in Malaysia?
The number of graduates in Malaysia in 2020 increased by 4.4% to 5.36mn persons, according to the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM), up from 5.13mn in 2019.
How many fresh graduates are there in Malaysia?
KUALA LUMPUR (July 27): Malaysia saw its number of unemployed graduates rise 22.5% last year to 202,400 from 165,200 in 2019, the latest report from the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) revealed.
How many graduates are unemployed in Malaysia?
The number of graduates in Malaysia in 2020 was 5.36 million persons, increased by 4.4% from 2019 (5.13 million persons), according to data from Statistics Malaysia. Meanwhile, the graduate unemployment rate spiked to 4.4%.
Where does Malaysia rank in education?
Malaysia’s higher education system was ranked 25th in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings in 2018, reflecting the strength of its flagship universities. Here are some of the most notable.
Why Malaysian fresh graduates are unemployed?
DOSM chief statistician Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin said that the unemployment among fresh graduates are mainly caused by the unfavourable economic environment in 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak in Malaysia.
What percentage of graduates are unemployed?
What percentage of graduates get a job? The number of graduates in professional roles is 73.9%, and up to 87.7% of graduates get a job. Only 3% of graduates are unemployed, and around 15% are considered to be inactive, meaning neither employed nor unemployed.
What is the percentage of unemployed college graduates?
U.S. – unemployment rate of recent graduates 2016-2021
In June 2021, about 6.2 percent of recent college graduates were unemployed in the United States. This was a large decrease from June 2020, when the unemployment rate among recent college graduates was at a high of 13.6 percent.
Why do graduates fail to get a job?
Fresh graduates face steep competition
As the number of college graduates and degree holders has increased during the past years, so has the number of job applicants vying for the same position. This means tough competition in the job market, specifically for entry-level posts.