Finding a job is difficult for graduates entering Malaysia’s Islamic banking industry; employers are choosy about qualifications. Thousands have flocked to many Islamic finance courses offered in Malaysia. But while the Malaysian Islamic banking industry’s output in monetary terms is growing about 20% annually, employment expands at less than half that rate. Malaysia experiences a problem faced by Islamic finance sectors around the world: training and qualifications often do not provide the levels of specialism and sophistication that employers need.