Thursday 23 February 2017
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17,000 Emirati job seekers to attend Dubai career event

More than 17,000 Emirati job seekers will tap into thousands of new employment avenues at the 16th edition of Careers UAE, the country’s leading recruitment, training and education exhibition for UAE nationals, next month, in Dubai, UAE.


Majority in Mena ‘enjoy going to work every morning’

It’s Actually True: The Overwhelming The majority (86.7 per cent) of professionals in the Mena region are “satisfied with how enjoyable it is to go to work every morning”, with 67.6 per cent being “complete


SME development centre launched in Bahrain

Bahraini businessman Farouk Almoayyed is launching a new centre that aims to support young job-seekers by offering essential tools that can transform them into successful entrepreneurs and business owners. The "Farouk Almoayy


Lack of ICT skills ‘big hurdle in getting jobs’

Fresh university graduates in the GCC are likely to face stiff challenges in securing good employment opportunities due to their lack of readiness with the essential ICT skills required by today’s job market, said an industry expert.

More… adds company profile feature, the region’s number one job site, has added a new feature which offers employers the opportunity to increase brand awareness by better positioning themselves as the employer of choice for the region’s jobseekers.


Job seeker numbers to jump to 95m by 2030

The number of job seekers in the Arab world is projected to soar to 95 million by 2030 from the current 55 million, said a report. Fighting unemployment, development of human capital and preparing administrative leaders have becom

More… unveils platform for professionals, a leading job site in the Middle East, has launched a new, socially active platform designed to bring professionals and employers in the Mena region together in new and innovative ways. The Specialties platform


Saudi to blacklist candidates who miss interviews

Saudi Arabia will blacklist job candidates who miss interviews or training, as part of efforts to get more Saudi nationals working for private companies, the Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper reported on Tuesday. The move is designed to assuage conc


Emiratis urged to learn new skills in crisis

Young UAE job seekers have been told to consider alternative career paths and learn new skills in an effort to adapt to the changing environment created by the global economic crisis. The Middle East Youth Initiative, a joint project of th

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