sales and marketing roles high demand, says post GE14 salary calculation report
The sales and marketing roles were listed as one of the six most demanded work categories 2017-2018 in Malaysia, according to's report, as reported by GE14.

The report, which surveyed 1.2 million job seekers at, as well as HR managers, recruiters and business owners, said revenue generating roles are "very important" in the fast-paced competitive business environment. It also noted an increased focus on brand and digital efforts from companies to continuously engage with existing and potential consumers. Consequently, you need roles as Marketing Manager and Product Manager.

The expected salary of a vice president (sales and marketing, strategic and planning role) ranges from RM15,000 to RM50,000, while leading marketers and project managers managers can expect to earn RM12,000 to RM40,000. At the same time, key account managers are expected to earn between RM6,000 and RM30,000, while digital marketers, marketing managers and marketers are expected to earn a salary of between RM5,000 and RM10,000.

Among the list of industries that were in demand were IT, customer service, F & B / hospitality / tourism and technology. said that while Malaysian job trends differ before and after the election, it is "undoubtedly" that regional job trends can affect the country because of the globalization of workrolls and the increasing number of multinational companies in Malaysia. [19659002] One of the trends identified in the report is that technology jobs and skills have been in peak growth and remain here, with the demand of both technical and non-technical companies. Also, roles that involve understanding and collaboration with potential and existing customers are crucial to the success of companies. To attract and employ more speakers, companies must perform relevant employership strategies to promote their organizational credibility, so that potential candidates know they are a good place to work on.

To attract the best talents, companies said talented talents as their consumers and offer the values ​​and experiences that are most ideal for their personalities. From the career to the application stage, it is important to maintain consistency and a positive candidate experience. In addition, computer-driven technology and artificial intelligence (AI) is a "game changers" in talent management, enabling companies to adapt to increased market competition and support ever-changing business needs. AI can offer insights to help build more sophisticated HR strategies for better employment, job retention, career development and succession planning.