Companies willing to hire foreigners and sponsor the work permit

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Jobs are often in the services sector which is broad and includes F&B etc. Those sort of jobs are often found by walk-in interviews or responding to advert shown outside the workplace.

It would be good to try online first at websites such as Jora and Jobstreet. Look to see if your language skills are required as well and check for "walk-in" to see what kind of jobs and experience are needed.

Orient yourself before just arriving in Malaysia and hoping to find work, because that way of doing things is almost always not a success.

Khasan you cant legally get a job while in Malaysia. If you get an offer you need to leave  Malaysia for the visa and being in Malaysia for a month prob will not work. In my experience if you are employable you can get a job before you arrive. You really need to be an expert and have a degree. From your post it suggests you dont meet either requirement. Your best bet is a company that needs you native language skills that has an office in Malaysia

Am Kenyan willing to relocate and work in  UK,I have done a professional course in accounting, CPA,can get a job,please advice.
Thank you

Hi well not very likely. Malaysia has a surplus of its own trained accountants. It isnt an in demand job. Only chance really is with a Kenyan company that has a branch in Malaysia that needs a Kenyan.


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Hi everyone,

I'm from Cape Town, South Africa, working as a HR Business Analyst for a large fashion retailer. I have 8 years working experience, bachelors and honors degrees in commerce;  and a post-graduate diploma in information systems.

My wife (a physiotherapist) and I visited KL and Penang last year and we absolutely fell in love with the place so we're considering making a move.

Any ideas, assistance or advice on how to approach potential employers looking to hire foreigners with our skill sets?

Thanks and regards

Hi Lucia,

My name is Asmah. I am married to a man from Belgium. We are trying to get a job for my husband in Kota Kinabalu. He is holding two Bachelor in Landscape and another is Biology. He also has a Master in Biology. However, the chance for him to get a job in this field of expertise is almost impossible even though he already has his spouse visa.

May I get some advice in this situation?

Thank you

Open a company offering services rather than looking for employment.

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