List of Best Part Time and Job Sites in Malaysia

Dont give up, the beginning is always the hardest.

Malaysia has essential local sites that you’ll want to use to get your new or better job. There are also world-renowned job sites that do well in this market.

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# Indeed

If you’re only interested in sending your application to the most number of available positions out there without thinking about company culture or networking, Indeed is the best job site to you.

# Glassdoor

This job search site provide employee reviews section for prospective workers if they want to know more about potential companies. Employees can review their employers and let potential recruits get to know a company right from the people who work there.

# Google for Jobs

Google for Jobs is a job search feature powered by Google. Job seekers can search for and apply to open positions directly from the Google search bar. Google for Jobs is similar to job search engines like, which pulls job listings from many different sources. The difference is that Google is pulling the job listings for your review, and Google’s technology will power the search results.


This site offers a variety of new features such as a revamped web portal, Visume services, a Career Guide in The Star newspaper as well as online, and trainings to enable employers to not only recruit quality talent, but also develop and retain them for the betterment of the company.

# Maukerja

This site is good for those looking for part-time jobs or for contract employment if you’re in between jobs or waiting for your exam results to come out. While it does have listings for more serious, career-building work.

The site’s interface is very welcoming with adorable mascots and easily navigable menus.

# SkootJobs

The platform has grown to more than 4,500+ job listings a month and 250,000+ users, with 1,000+ new sign ups every day. Their goal of being the biggest job platform in Malaysia by 2020. is a job platform for entry level to mid level careers in Malaysia, founded in April 2015 by an ex investment banker & budding pilot, with a distinct focus on matching job seekers and employers to each other.

# StartUpJobs.Asia

Startup Jobs Asia looks to be more than just a job portal for startups. The service looks to provide startups with more leverage when reaching out to talent. Job seekers could search for openings by the types of jobs available, which ranges from IT to marketing.

# Wobb

The site is user friendly, job seekers can look through companies feature on the site with the ‘Discover Companies’ section. Job seekers can only apply through wobb’s mobile app


They claim that they were leading Malaysian e-recruitment platform designed to match quality jobseekers to prospective employers. They has been operational since 2006 and is owned by Agensi Pekerjaan JEN Software Professional Sdn Bhd

# Monster

Monster is also one of the largest job recruitment websites in the world. The site is operated by Monster Worldwide Inc. Monster’s website is one of the more visited employment websites in the world as ranked by Alexa. It is consistently ranked as one of the top five employment websites in the United States.

 Today, provides job postings in over 30 countries including Malaysia. Similar in use with JobStreet, you just key in your particulars and off you go.

Besides the websites above, there are of course also popular job recruitment sites used by thousands of Malaysians:

  1. JobStreet
  2. JobsMalaysia
  3. Bestjobs Malaysia

Now you know many different sites and services you can use to help yourself find a new job. I wish you good luck in your future endeavours!