QUOTE(myhouse @ Mar 19 2018, 08:24 AM)
When the economy grow , every state will also grow leading to less migration to Klang Valley...possible..yes?
Don't count on it. In my hometown in Sarawak, there aren't much job opportunities so fat chance most will remain there after while, regardless of good times or bad times. Like me and a close friend of mine, we're both currently working here in KL city. My friend is more fortunate coz his parents also moved here as his dad found a job in Petronas. Same goes for my acquaintances and friends. Most of them are working and living outside of my hometown (some in Selangor, some in Kuching or Sabah and some went as far as Australia to work and live there).
As long as KL and the Klang valley have an abundance of jobs and offer higher salary compared to back at home, then of course the majority from the neighbouring states will flock here to seek them.This post has been edited by DesRed: Mar 19 2018, 09:43 AM