If you’ve just graduated or will be graduating soon, you might be wondering how much salary to expect when applying for your first job in Services. Here is a guide to the average salary of entry level job in Malaysia for Services according to JobStreet.com’s 2017 salary report.
Did you know? The average car has over 30,000 parts; windshield wipers were invented by a woman (Mary Anderson invented windshield wipers in 1903); and Google has been conducting testing for self driving cars since 2009? If you are: crazy about cars, can spend hours looking under the hood of a car, and love fixing things with your hands – why not consider a career in automotive technology?
Logistics is all about getting things from one place to another. Well, that sounds simple if you’re just driving to the shops and back for a can of soft drink, but logistics is bigger and more impressive than that. The people who work in logistics also need to figure out the fastest and most cost efficient way of moving things from point A to point B. Read more here.
This field prepares or develops the abilities of individuals to plan, provide and maintain efficient transport systems and understand the interaction between transport systems and urban development. It includes the study of road transportation, aviation, ship operation and mail operation in areas such as evaluation of cost and capacity of transportation networks; planning, design and operation of transport facilities; public transport systems; traffic operations and control; and logistics and shipping. Read more here.
Fields of Study: Transport Services
by StudyMalaysia.com on March 17, 2017 | Career Guide
What’s It About ?
This field prepares or develops the abilities of individuals to plan, provide and maintain efficient transport systems and understand the interaction between transport systems and urban development.
It includes the study of road transportation, aviation, ship operation and mail operation in areas such as evaluation of cost and capacity of transportation networks; planning, design and operation of transport facilities; public transport systems; traffic operations and control; and logistics and shipping.
- Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians
- Air Traffic Controllers
- Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors
- Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
- Airfield Operations Specialists
- Airline Pilots, Co-pilots, and Flight Engineers
- Automotive Body Repairers
- Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics
- Aviation Inspectors
- Avionics Technicians
- Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
- Captains, Mates, and Pilots
- Cargo and Freight Agents
- Commercial Divers
- Crane and Tower Operators
- Engine and Other Machine Assemblers
- Freight and Cargo Inspectors
- Freight Forwarders
- Industrial Safety and Health Engineers
- Locomotive Engineers
- Logistics Analysts
- Logistics Managers
- Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics
- Motor Vehicle Operators
- Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians
- Operating Engineers
- Ship Engineers
- Storage and Distribution Managers
- Supervisors of Helpers, Labourers, and Material Movers
Courses Offered In This Field
Do you like technology and fixing thing? Does planning come naturally to you? Do cars, planes, trains, ships and buses fascinate you? Whether it’s on land, air or sea, a career in transport services could move you up. Read more here.
Career Options in Transport Services
The transport of goods, services and people from one location to another is an important part of many different sectors and industries. If you’re analytical, flexible, and enjoy coordinating and overseeing a process to its completion, you could have the traits needed for a career in logistics and distribution. Read more here.
The aviation sub-field is divided into areas such as aeronautics, pilot training, and aviation mechanics. Aeronautics programmes prepare you for various aviation careers, including pilot and management positions. Read more here.
Did you know...? KLM is the world's oldest airline, established in 1919, and Qantas the second-oldest (1920). Also, pilots and co-pilots are required to eat different meals in case of food poisoning. And, the maximum speed of a Boeing 747 is 955 km/h! If flying and excitement is take you to cloud nine and you're not intimidated by the responsibility, why not consider a career as a pilot?
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