Entry Level Jobs With The Best Starting Salary In Malaysia
by on October 18, 2017 | Top Stories, Career Guide
The 2017 Salary Report released by JobStreet.com aims to provide job seekers with a guide to the average salaries offered by companies. This is to help candidates understand the job market better when applying for jobs. So which jobs and which industries offered the highest salary for entry level jobs? Read on to find out!
You may have already decided the career or type of job you want to pursue, but in which industry should you seek employment? For example, if you want a career in accounting and/or finance, the highest entry level salary are in these industries: government/defence; semiconductor/wafer fabrication; and tobacco.
We’ve listed the top three industries that offer the highest entry level salary for each type of job. Read on!
|Type of job||Industry||Salary range
|Accounting / Finance||Government / Defence||2233||3867|
|Semiconductor / Wafer Fabrication||2480||3800|
|Admin / HR||Sports||1767||2933|
|Aerospace / Aviation / Airline||1941||2688|
|Chemical / Fertilizers / Pesticides||1730||2643|
|Arts / Media / Comm||Grooming / Beauty / Fitness||2000||3325|
|Property / Real Estate||2350||3225|
|Property / Real Estate||2170||3189|
|Building / Construction||Exhibitions / Event management / MICE||2340||3580|
|Construction / Building / Engineering||2108||3185|
|Automobile / Automotive Ancillary / Vehicle||2200||3175|
|Computer / IT||Telecommunication||2504||3852|
|Computer / Information Technology (Software)||2476||3722|
|Consulting (Business & Management)||2355||3717|
|Education / Training||Banking / Financial Services||2333||4367|
|General & Wholesale Trading||2400||3675|
|Grooming / Beauty / Fitness||2433||3500|
|Engineering||Oil / Gas / Petroleum||2543||3754|
|Consulting (IT, Science, Engineering & Technical)||2217||3413|
|Retail / Merchandise||2275||3356|
|Healthcare||Healthcare / Medical||1886||2832|
|Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical / Clinical research||1900||2600|
|Grooming / Beauty / Fitness||1650||2550|
|Hotel / Restaurant||Consulting (Business & Management)||3960||5100|
|Aerospace / Aviation / Airline||1930||2680|
|Travel / Tourism||1800||2624|
|Manufacturing||Semiconductor / Wafer Fabrication||1600||2817|
|Aerospace / Aviation / Airline||1775||2750|
|Oil / Gas / Petroleum||2055||2725|
|Sales / Marketing||Architectural Services / Interior Designing||2300||3860|
|Consulting (IT, Science, Engineering & Technical)||2337||3723|
|Advertising / Marketing / Promotion / PR||2304||3703|
|Sciences||Banking / Financial Services||2467||3133|
|Consulting (Business & Management)||2167||3111|
|Science & Technology||2000||3075|
|Services||Consulting (IT, Science, Engineering & Technical)||2128||3096|
|Call Centre / IT-Enabled Services / BPO||2258||3044|
|Advertising / Marketing / Promotion / PR||2096||3022|
Want to find out more about the average salary of entry level jobs in Malaysia? Read it here.
How much you should expect to be paid when you graduate
If you’ve just graduated or will be graduating soon, you might be wondering which entry level jobs have the best starting salary. Or you might wonder how much salary to expect when applying for your first job. Here is a guide to the average salaries of entry level jobs in Malaysia according to JobStreet.com’s 2017 salary report.
- The list above is based on data for the Central Region. For data on other regions in Malaysia, please refer to JobStreet.com’s 2017 salary report.
- The highest entry level salary is listed based on the highest average maximum salary.
Source: JobStreet.com 2017 Salary Report