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Monster Research Reports
Research Reports & eBooks for Employers and Job Seekers
#MyFirstJob - The expectations & challenges Fresh Graduates face while searching their First Job
Our new research uncovers the expectations and challenges for fresh graduates embarking on their first job search, as well as what employers are looking for from young talent across Southeast Asia.
#SheMakesItWork 2019: Parental Pressure - Dads Join the Fight to Support Working Mums (Infographic)
Monster.com surveyed over 2,000 professionals across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines in celebration and support of Mothers Day. The survey was conducted in each market to understand the unique challenges and barriers both men and women face at work, returning to the workforce, parental leave and work-life balance in a bid to raise important issues with employers across the region.
Work-life Balance: A Tale of 3 Regions India, UAE & SEA
Monster.com surveyed more than 3000 working professionals in India, the UAE and Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia & Philippines) to understand the challenges pertaining to work-life balance. The objective was to gather and assess the most prevalent perceptions and experiences around Work-Life Balance.
Hiring Trends - Across Southeast Asia (Monster Employment Index Q4 2018 Report)
The fourth quarterly Monster Employment Index (MEI) report highlights that economies across Southeast Asia were bolstered, if only slightly, in Q4 thanks to both consumer spending and seasonal hiring.
Striking a Balance (Infographic)
#WorkLifeBalance: Our new research explores the sentiments of the working professionals around work-life balance in Southeast Asia to raise awareness among job seekers and employers as to what aspects of work-life balance are most valued.
Hiring Trends - Across Southeast Asia (Monster Employment Index Q3 2018 Report)
This report examines the online recruitment demands across major industries in Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia - three key markets in Southeast Asia.
#IMadeTheSwitch A study to examine and raise awareness on issues concerning a transition from one career path to another
Monster.com surveyed Southeast Asia's workforce to uncover their motivations for jumping into an entirely new career path, and how they feel about making the job switch. Download the infographic for a breakdown of regional statistics from the survey.
Hiring Trends Across Southeast Asia - MEI Q2 2018
This second quarterly MEI report examines the hiring trends and performance of online recruitment, and offers a comprehensive overview of major industries across Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia three key markets in Southeast Asia. The report also assesses overall hiring trends, driving forces and online hiring activity by market and industry.
Southeast Asia Online Recruitment Trends Report
Businesses across Southeast Asia are on a journey of transformation. Some are leading the charge for adaptation and change in the HR processes, while others are just beginning to figure out how their business needs to evolve to stay competitive. This report gives an overview of online recruitment activity across three key Southeast Asia markets Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines for the first quarter of 2018.
#SheMakesItWork: Modern Mums, Not-So Modern Workplaces
#SheMakesItWork uncovers the workplace obstacles women across Southeast Asia face as new mothers, and what employers can do to help them find a balance.