Technopreneurs via TVET
Nadya Subramaniam, Program Manager, The Asia Foundation
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Every year, Malaysia releases some 200,000 TVET graduates into the working world, and yet some of them struggle to secure jobs in Corporate Malaysia and are forced into the gig economy. This, when TVET graduates in other parts of the world are providing a lifeline for big tech, and are being moulded into technopreneurs. How can Malaysia elevate its TVET pipeline to ensure we don’t fall behind? And how do we remove the stereotypical perception that a bachelor's degree is “better” than TVET?
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Produced by: Freda Liu, Lily Chai
Presented by: Audrey Raj, Christine Wong
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Tags: manpower, tvet, labour, labour market, students, higher education,