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Mall of Qatar to create 8,000 new jobs

Mall of Qatar,  top shopping, entertainment and dining destination worth QR5.4 billion ($1.48 billion), will generate about 8,000 new jobs nationwide, said experts ahead of the soft opening of the mega facility. Mall of Qatar is opening its doors to the public in the last qu

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Engineering, production jobs rise in UAE

Demand in sustainable energy and digital infrastructure projects have resulted in a two per cent rise in online recruitment in engineering and production professionals in August, compared to last year, says a report. According to the Monster Employment Index (MEI), engineering an

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Abu Dhabi Housing in key scientific research deal

Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (Adha) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Abu Dhabi University to explore the opportunities of co-operation in scientific research, field studies, academic applications of housing-related activities. The agreement is aimed at the d

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C5 launches ‘Cloud 10’ growth platform for tech firms

Technology investment firm, C5, has announced the launch of its Cloud 10 technology accelerator programme or ‘Scalerator’ powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Cloud 10 is one of the first platforms in the region created to help young, technology firms (B2B firms including

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DSOA, Alibaba Cloud host start-up contest

Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), and Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, have jointly hosted the Middle East finals of Create@Alibaba Cloud Start-up Contest (CACSC). The hosting took place at the Dubai T

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Kewaunee Scientific lands Kuwait university contract

Kewaunee Scientific Corporation, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of laboratory, healthcare, and technical furniture products, has won a $18.5-million contract for the new College of Science complex at Kuwait University's Sabah Al Salem University City.

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Low pay top stress factor for Mena employees

A low salary is the main stress factor at work for 28.2 per cent of employees in Mena, followed by  a lack of job security (12.3 per cent) and the workplace environment (9.7 per cent), a report said, Workplaces today are more stressful than they were a few years back (52 per

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