Job Vacancies In (Modern) Malaysia

Honestly, I'm not much known as a newspaper reader. I have a habit of buying a newspaper and not reading it. Even if I do feel like reading it, it will only be the sports section. However, luckily I'm the only one who's having that kind of habits around (I'm referring to my workplace). My colleagues read newspapers (yes, more than one newspaper a day) everyday. They talk and discuss about whatever hot issue found in the news sections over lunch. Because of that, I'm accidentally aware of what's happening to our beloved country at the moment.

Based on what I've recently heard and 'read', I can say that Malaysia has become a place of various job opportunities. It's like everyday there'll be news telling us about a new job, and it's very popular, too. Here I share with you five popular jobs available for the residents.

1. Hater

Job Scope: to invent a page and provide suggestions on how to hate a person through social networking.
Requirements: candidate must be the not-so-clever type of person, possess adequate communication and persuasive skills.

2. Twisted Idealist

Job Scope: to spread ideas and act like an expert in the so-called said ideology.
Requirements: candidate must possess a sudden urge to give own theories on hot topics, able to understand news and situations based on headlines without needing to study them in depth. Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply.

3. Igniter

Job Scope: to create a storm in a teacup, or in easy words, to wreak havoc over small issues.
: candidate must be emotional, possess the act-first-think-later attitude, multilingual and able to speak more than required.

4. Racist

Job Scope: to blame everything on skin and religious background, to ignore discussions and investigations.
Requirements: candidate must be selfish, stupid and emotional. At least one year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.

5. Arsonist

Job Scope: to put everything on fire.
Requirements: candidate must be extremely stupid and possess own transportation. No experience is required as training will be provided.

Yes, these are the 'job opportunities' that I found on the news. Ironically speaking, the one place that we once believed was the safest land is now no different from other warring countries. We are no different from them. And perhaps one day we would be just like them. I've started to think that Zimbabwe might be a lot safer than our country at the moment.

And who's going to change that? You, me, us.


Judiene January 31, 2010 at 6:27 PM  

you got me thinking of traveling to another side of the world
our country is getting chaos with every kind of issues
from religion to personal one
dunno where to go
we're stuck here

Igniz January 31, 2010 at 6:35 PM  

judiene: true. true.

Merissa K. February 3, 2010 at 4:32 AM  

you're forgetting tukang letak pig heads on mosques!

Igniz February 3, 2010 at 6:43 AM  

merissa: tu leh letak under racist or igniter category. :P

phyto hystrix February 7, 2010 at 1:50 AM  


Still,there's hope. Our country's capital city had recently be listed as one of the safest cities to be visited, according to a research done by a bureau based in NY.

It is Allah's greatest gift to us all, our conscience. There are already much controversies raised, which would put our future at stake if the trend continues. You're certainly right, if we don't make a move who would? We're the citizens, we're the pulse and the blood that give this land life, and we've seen it now, without those who had fought all the way to independence we would be nothing. Now we hold the responsibility to protect it, and to focus on achieving our aims instead of getting ourselves entangled in racial matters that should never cross our minds. Being diversified in race makes us rich with unique culture, how had it came about to be something unpredictable? Tranquility had fed us well all the while, and it will continue to, if we guard it safe. Those days our grandfathers had lived among their friends of different races together-they spent time in kopitiams, laughed and had breakfast together. It's not a baseless daydream, it was once a reality. And still is, now. A proportion, no matter how much doesn't represent the majority as long as it doesn't continue to grow into a massive figure. We'll stop it if it does anyway. We have ample power to, more than enough, we're fresh with ideas and energy to start a constructive transformation.

I am grateful to be born in this country. I love to build my dream city around it..

Igniz February 7, 2010 at 7:04 AM  

phyto hystrix: well said. well said. :)

aiMo0o February 16, 2010 at 6:46 PM  

I love thissss! it opens up everybody's mind... it's happening around us and the worst part is, we are doing nothing about it... Malaysia Boleh...

Igniz February 17, 2010 at 8:18 AM  

aimooo: Ye, Malaysia boleh jahanam kalau benda camni berterusan...huhuhu.

aiMo0o February 19, 2010 at 3:39 PM  

hahaha... tgk je la kat facebook tu.. budak2 melayu gaduh sesame sendiri pasal politik ngan agama.. ape kejadah nye lah.. da la statements dorang x berasas.. byk ikut perasaan je.. Malaysia boleh la sgt..

Igniz February 19, 2010 at 6:46 PM  

aimoo: tu la pasal. hmph.

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