3 Million
Jobs

3 Million
Jobs

BARISAN NASIONAL’S MANIFESTO
Speeding up the development of the Malaysian Vision Valley, a 150,000 hectare area that is projected to create 1.3 million job opportunities.
Propelling high technology industries through increased foreign direct investment in targeted sectors in order to increase the number of high skilled jobs.
Accelerating Forest Economy policies based on the principle of sustainable management in order to generate income through downstream activities, the pharmaceutical industry, ecotourism and products made from natural sources.
Expanding the practice of flexible working hours in the public sector, and offering incentives to companies that adapt the system.
Reducing dependency on foreign workers to 15% of the country’s entire workforce.
Intensifying the growth of downstream oil and gas sectors in order to expand opportunities for oil producing states.
Establishing sustainable industry zones by identifying new investment locations and relocating existing industrial zones.
Matching university students and future employers at an earlier stage through a Job Matching Committee under the SL1M 2.0 programme.
Creating highly skilled construction workers by implementing training schemes and offering commensurate wages.
Providing skills and work training opportunities for underprivileged youth.
Increasing the intake of multi-racial students in the Integrated Industrial Training Programme (Program Latihan Industri Perpaduan PLIP) to 1,000 participants.
Ensuring the country’s civil service reflects its ethnic diversity by striving to attract more non-Bumiputera communities to join the civil service.
Special Economic Zone Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah