The GCC’s growing education sector is expected to have a manpower gap of 200,000 by 2015 with strong demand for Arabic speaking, and western educated professionals, according to the findings of a 'Workforce Planning Study' launched
A majority of professionals in Mena consider their eating habits to be healthy, and only eat out ‘very rarely’ while enjoying occasional exercise, said a recent survey.
Only 31.7 per cent of respondents stated that they consider their eati
Up to 34 per cent of MENA professionals are considering an industry shift mostly into the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry (14 per cent), said a report.
However, 35 per cent of respondents are content in the industries they are current
Arabianomics.com, an innovative platform that will provide a medium for networking and discussion for the region’s professional workforce, was recently launched.
It is designed to enhance the communications capabilities of people doing bus
Tamkeen has set up a BD2.24 million ($5.94 million) professional certification fund which will help Bahrainis master professional skills.
It is offering internationally accredited professional certifications in marketing, human resources,
The UAE’s technology sector is showing signs of recovery and several IT companies are seeking qualified staff to manage complex projects, according to the region’s leading HR solutions provider Dulsco.
Leading IT companies in the co
More than 80 per cent of Middle East professionals said they are looking to switch their career path when asked about a potential career change in a new survey.
Over 17 per cent are clearly not willing to take the risk, according to the la
There is an increasing demand for highly qualified professionals in various sectors, providing a great incentive for top Sri Lankan executives employed abroad to return home and benefit from the economic revival, said an expert.
Bayt Communities has launched MarketingHub.me, an online community for marketing professionals in the Middle East.
The launch evening, held at the Knowledge Village in Dubai, was transformed into a life-size replica of the site.