Eighty 80 per cent of fresh graduates in the Mena are leaving university unprepared for the workforce claiming college did not help them identify suitable job opportunities, a report said.
Just under one-third (29 per cent) of you
Fresh Bahraini graduates are “too selective” when it comes to accepting job offers, which affects the unemployment rate in the country. The Labour Ministry has identified 6,000 vacancies in the private sector, which it has categori
UAE is currently witnessing an increase in demand for skilled talent, especially sales and engineering positions, said a top official, adding that prospective candidates are on a lookout for Dubai as a preferred place to work.
The Nestlé training programmes for 2013 and 2014 in Saudi Arabia graduated 56 students in five batches, 40 per cent of whom were offered employment at Nestlé in newly created positions.
“When we established the
While a majority of fresh graduates in the UAE feel finding a job is a challenge, 73 per cent of them are considering entrepreneurship as a viable career option, according to a survey.
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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.
The first batch of Qatari fresh graduates joined the Qatar Railways Company, increasing the percentage of Qatari nationals in Qatar Rail to 32 per cent.
The intake follows the Qatar Career Fair held recently by the Ministry of Lab
Over 20 Omani graduates are being trained to gain vital business, IT and leadership skills through SAP-sponsored Mawared graduate training programme.
The German software company has said it is collaborating with the Sultanate&rsqu
A total of 153 AMA International School-Bahrain students received their diplomas at a ceremony after successfully completing their secondary level courses.
The ceremony was held at the Gulf Hotel under the patronage of The Philipp