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KUALA LUMPUR: As the global economy is expected to slowdown in 2023, continuous labour market recovery initiatives are extremely important for Malaysia to tackle the rising costs of living, says an economist.
United Arab Emirates’ human resources and emiratisation ministry’s chief labour economist cum advisor to the Minister, associate professor Dr Mohd Yusof said Malaysia’s economic growth will not be spared and is expected to moderate to between 4% and 5% in 2023 from the estimated 6.5% to 7% this year.
Referring to Budget 2023 in which special emphasis was given to tackle the costs of living, Mohd Yusof, in an interview with Bernama, noted that two-thirds of household income were derived from the labour market in the form of paid salaries but the recent rising cost of living had also “suppressed” household disposable income.
“Thus, improving the labour market conditions by creating jobs and increasing wages would reduce cost of living pressure, thereby, lightening the burden of households,” he said.
He said the Consumer Price Index for food and non-alcoholic beverages had increased steeply by over 4% since March 2022.
Although unemployment was 3.7% in July 2022 versus 4.2% in January 2022 – the lowest since February 2020 – the rate was still higher than the 3.3% in pre-pandemic 2019, he said.
“Thus, the increase in food and beverage prices will definitely have an impact on household income especially for the B40 and M40 income groups,” he said.,
He also highlighted that Budget 2022 initiatives did not anticipate the accelerated cost of living due to the Ukraine-Russia conflict, global supply chain disruptions due to China’s zero-Covid policy, global inflation as well as US Federal Reserve tightening monetary policy.
“Cushioning the impact of these uncertainties had resulted in an increase in the total amount of subsidies by the Malaysian government from RM31bil to RM77.3bil this year,” he said.
He said the government had allocated at least RM99.7bil in Budget 2023 to cover end-to-end labour market ecosystem which encompasses labour supply and demand to further improve labour market conditions.
In relation to the end-to-end labour market ecosystem, Budget 2023 addressed a few key measures which are crucial to improve labour supply outcomes, he said.
Among them were the multi-dimensional approaches to incentivise people to work and realign workforce skills and proficiencies to meet industry demand to support economic production.
“Youth unemployment, graduate employability, worker protection and talent development were also addressed in Budget 2023 leveraging on high technology and digital-based growth to further reinforce improving the workforce and living standards,” he said.
According to Mohd Yusof, the direction to reform the economy was much clearer in Budget 2023, given the significant budget allocation to spur high quality investment in the strategic sectors, create high-skilled jobs and incentivise digitisation and automation.,
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