Graduation’s over, so is your life as a student, and now you’re feeling more lost than ever. You can’t help but wonder, ‘what is the path for me?’
While some companies value their workers, some other companies are always thinking of ways to suck the life out of their staff.
As a journalist or reporter for the press in Malaysia, the lot of us have covered all kinds of assignments, you name it, we’ve done it all. But what are the biggest struggles Malaysian journalists might face daily?
Being an INFJ, you will find that your worst enemy is yourself, and your constant self-criticising mind.
The truth is, the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. Here are some of the uncensored confessions of Malaysians who have been living and working in Singapore for the past years.
Malaysia is a highly diverse country, so it’s no wonder Malaysian women are all on the lookout for their ‘type’, which includes personality.
Considering how few INFJs there are, it’s no wonder people tend to misunderstand us. Most of the time, we can’t really find someone to share our thoughts with.