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Bahrainis ‘snubbing jobs in hospitality sector’

Prejudice against work in the hospitality sector is preventing Bahrainis from finding jobs, despite 5,000 vacancies being posted by the Labour Ministry every month, said a senior government official. Around 2,000 Bahrainis gained

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LuLu unveils 600 jobs plan for Bahrainis

LuLu Group, a major retail group in the region, has unveiled plans to generate 600 jobs for Bahrainis in the next two years, a report said. The UAE-based retail major already employs more than 1,000 Bahrainis across its operations

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LuLu unveils 600 jobs plan for Bahrainis

LuLu Group, a major retail group in the region, has unveiled plans to generate 600 jobs for Bahrainis in the next two years, a report said. The UAE-based retail major already employs more than 1,000 Bahrainis across its operations

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Silatech in Tunisian youth employment deal

Thousands of young Tunisian job seekers stand to benefit from a new partnership between leading non-governmental organisations Silatech and AIESEC. Silatech is a regional social initiative focused on helping improving employment a

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Original Apple computer sells for $365,000 at NY auction

A fully operational Apple computer that company co-founder Steve Jobs sold out of his parents' garage in 1976 for $600 sold for $365,000 at Christie's. The Ricketts Apple-1 Personal Computer, named after its original owner

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Bahraini women may lose jobs after budget cuts

Women hired under a graduate recruitment scheme in Bahrain face losing their jobs because of budget constraints, according to a senior unionist. The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) has received several complaint

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Jobs and skills key to beat Gulf’s oil dependency

Now that oil prices have fallen to around $80 per barrel from around $100 in the past few months, the economies of the oil-exporting nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council will be tested. A key question for their future prosperity is: Have they

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Jobs and skills key to beat Gulf’s oil dependency

Now that oil prices have fallen to around $80 per barrel from around $100 in the past few months, the economies of the oil-exporting nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council will be tested. A key question for their future prosperity is: Have they

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US wage gains highest since 2008

US consumer spending fell for the first time in eight months in September, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter. But rising consumer sentiment and faster wage growth suggest the weakness in spe

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Saudi Arabia to create 300,000 hospitality jobs for nationals

The Saudi Arabia aims to provide around 300,000 jobs in the hospitality sector to its nationals - both men and women - in the kingdom as part of its nationalisation drive, said a report. The Ministry of Labour is co-ordinating wit

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