The American University of Ras Al Khaimah (Aurak) has signed a MoU with Education For Employment (EFE), an international not-for-profit network that creates employment opportunities for youth across the Middle East and North Africa region.
Learning company Pearson and innovation foundation Nesta have announced a research partnership in collaboration with Michael Osborne (Oxford Martin School) which is designed to provide businesses, governments and education experts with new insig
Following a year of massive redundancies caused by the collapse in oil prices, the Gulf region is finally set to witness a stabilisation in job cuts and a moderate rate of new job creation in 2017, a report said.
The survey of ove
Education For Employment (EFE), the leading youth employment network in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena), has this year reached a milestone with over 40,000 of its graduates linked to jobs or the world of work.
Seventy-three per cent of professionals in the UAE would prefer to be self-employed, due to reasons such as ‘personal fulfilment’ (50 per cent), ‘freedom to choose work-life balance’ (46 per cent), and ‘the ability
Stocks and the dollar jumped on Friday on strong US employment data that boosted expectations of an acceleration in economic growth and raised the probability of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year.
Bayt.com, a leading job site in the Middle East, recently held a one-day CV evaluation clinic to offer jobseekers in Dubai, UAE free consultations on how to write the perfect CV.
Professionals who are actively seeking employment i
”Doing a job I feel passionate about” is the most important attribute for fresh graduates in the UAE, followed by “competitive salaries” (14 per cent), “opportunities for career progression” (9 per cent), and
Dubai aims to elevate the emirate into a hub for knowledge-based, sustainable and innovation-focused businesses and also to generate Dh160 billion ($43.5 billion) in its industrial sector by 2030, according to a new report.
UAE's Etihad Airways will not be hiring non-operational staff 'until the end of year', said a report citing the airline's president and CEO James Hogan.
The hiring freeze, which was introduced in the first quarter,