Cisco has launched its annual university undergraduate internship programme in the UAE, which is designed to help boost the job skills and employability of young talent.
The departments at Cisco, which will be
The UAE’s retail sector, the most mature of the markets in the GCC, is facing a major skillset gap challenge, especially amongst senior level employees, said a study.
The Dubai International Academic City (DIAC)-commissioned
How to address the technical and leadership skills gap in Middle East and foster rapid and sustainable development in the high-tech sector?
With a $2 trillion economy projected for 2020, the GCC is becoming one of the fastest-grow
The oil and gas industries in the Middle East region must collaborate more if it wants to tackle the skills shortage problem, said a recent work survey.
With the Middle East region still struggling to fill skilled positions, devel
Majority of the GCC employers do not believe that the local education system prepares young people with the requisite skills, training and attitudes for the workplace, said a study by Ernst & Young.
Only 29 per cent of employe
The key to overcoming the problem of the growing mismatch between the skills students are gaining through their formal education, and the skills that employers need to drive productive and profitable businesses is in embedding 21st century ski
A lack of trained workers in the life sciences and healthcare sectors in the UAE is hampering progress, said a report.
Academic and industry experts were gathered by DuBiotech, the biotechnology and research park dedicated to faci
GCC governments need to ensure that educational systems are equipping students with skills that enable their countries to build diversified, knowledge-based economies, said a report.
Deloitte’s new whitepaper titled ‘E
Bahrain will need further public spending in skills development and job creation to secure fiscal health and stability, an expert has asserted.
According to Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Middle Ea
The amount of jobs offered by recruiters in relation to unconventional resources in the energy sector is seeing a significant rise, said OilCareers.com, a leading recruitment site targeting the worldwide oil and gas sector.