The world needs to create 600 million jobs in the coming six years, what about the Arab region?
Recruitment website Monster says Egypt’s online jobs market is expanding faster than in any of the six GCC states
Saudi companies sign agreements to employ women in various fields during the current year
Saudi startups need not follow European or U.S. approaches, Chris Hughes tells the Jeddah Economic Forum
Saudi Arabia’s tourism sector provided 751,000 jobs in 2013, with Saudi nationals making up 27.1 percent of that number
The sector’s contribution to the total GDP worldwide exceeded $7 trillion in 2013: report
Job market expected to open up considerably in next three months, says Bayt.com poll
Ulrich explained his 20-60-20 ratio, and his effective ‘HR from the outside in’ strategy
This trade was usually the domain of expatriate children at traffic signals
Several companies have increased pay amid efforts to boost employment of nationals
Women occupy 17 percent of jobs in both the private and public sectors in the kingdom
Most IT firms in kingdom say shortage of workers is ‘number one challenge’
Government to intervene in the labor market if necessary to reach target by 2021
Young Saudi nationals were not eager to fill jobs with paltry salaries, said the expert
The survey showed that 46 percent of workers in Saudi Arabia were satisfied with their salary packages
The assembly voted to cut the budget by 1 percent from the final spending level in 2012-2013
Around 250,000 Saudi nationals were employed after deporting around one millions illegal foreign workers from the kingdom
The job cuts are expected to save more than $20 million in 2014
Internet giant’s new Mideast chief cites lack of ‘accountability’ in advertising industry
At least 600,000 private-sector jobs must be generated for nationals by 2018
I do not know to what extent the authorities in the Arab world are up-to-date on the thinking of future generations about several topics such as the ...
Arab countries are often found at the bottom of statistical tables, but the Middle East leads the world in youth unemployment. At over 26.5 percent, ...
Some 2,000 jobless Moroccans marched through the capital Sunday, demanding the government sort out the nation’s unemployment by giving them jobs ...
Along busy Hamra street in west Beirut, Syrians fleeing their country’s civil war have opened up scores of shops that compete with older ones ...
BlackBerry said Friday that it will lay off 4,500 employees, or 40 percent of its global workforce, as it reports a nearly $1 billion second-quarter ...
The Gulf’s job market for entry level professionals and graduates is showing signs of recovery, although there is a widening skills gap, ...
Israelis marched late Saturday to protest against an austerity budget due for cabinet debate on Monday which is expected to raise income tax and VAT ...
Just six months of learning to mend air conditioners changed Mohammed Nabouti’s life. Instead of drifting after high school like many of his ...
Saudi Arabia is studying a plan to offer longer residency visas to employees as an incentive for companies recruiting a sufficient proportion of ...
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