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‘Kejayaan’ 56 Tahun Kerajaan BN #2

Cari Kerja 3

Notes:

  1. The World Bank conservatively estimates that 827,000 Malaysians were overseas as at 2010, with Singapore (385,000) and Australia (102,000) being the top 2 destinations. Source: Table 3.7, pg 98, Malaysia Economic Monitor: Brain Drain, Apr 2011, The World Bank. 
  2. Many young Sabahans and Sarawakians have sought employment in low-skilled jobs in Singapore, and at one time have run into trouble with the Singapore authorities. For example, see Singapore bars employment for young east Malaysians, 10 Sept 2012, The Malaysian Insider.
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