A majority (60.09 per cent) of UAE nationals believe that their current workplace has effective localization policies, with 37.09 per cent believing that the policies are very effective, a report said.
Less than one out of 10 resp
The UAE education sector now accounts for approximately 24 per cent of total government expenditure and is estimated at a market size of $7.3 billion, a report said.
Due to its promising growth prospects, the UAE is fast becoming
A Bahraini executive from General Organisation of Sea Ports (GOP) has signed up to become a volunteer for a teaching module of inJAz Bahrain, a provider of business and economic education to young people.
Bahraini executive Safa Al Tajir,
Up to 20,000 people could benefit from a career initiative launched by Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund, which aims to boost the productivity of participants, said a senior official.
A total of BD10.5 million ($27.8 million) has already been
The Middle East media market is among the world’s fastest growing media markets and presents ample opportunities for UAE nationals forging careers, said the organisers of an upcoming career fair in Abu Dhabi.
Organised by Informa Exhibitio
Bringing more Emiratis into the private sector workforce will be the major focus for an upcoming education, training and careers exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
Organised by Informa Exhibitions, the fifth edition of Najah will take place from Oct
King Saud University (KSU) has signed a MoU with Al Rabie Saudi Foods that will provide training and career development opportunities to university students.
Prof Dr Abdullah Bin Abdurrahman Al Othman, KSU Rector and representative, and Mo
The graduate employment rate of Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has grown to 96 per cent this year for students who graduated in the fall of 2009-2010.
The Spring 2010 graduate employment rate has climbed to 87 per cent and the employment rate
A total of 45 Bahraini graduates will be trained over three years in international companies through a new Tamkeen initiative.
The International Interships Programme was set up in an agreement between Aiesec in Bahrain and Tamkeen.
Hundreds of Bahrainis have applied for jobs offered by the Interior Ministry despite traffic congestions due to protests.
The applicants submitted their documents in five centres across Bahrain for a place in the 20,000 job offers.