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MSMEDA creates 66,500 job opportunities for young Egyptians in 1Q 2020, says Nevine Gamea
16 startups graduated and 22 other companies were received through the business incubator programme: CEO
Microsoft’s technology ecosystem and the growing popularity of cloud services will create nearly 100,000 jobs in Egypt by the end of 2022, according to new research by the International Data Corporation (IDC). The IDC’s white paper analyses the impact of information and communications technology (ICT), cloud services, and the Microsoft ecosystem on the Egypt economy …
Study discussed to provide more jobs for youth in governorate, revive heritage, handicraft industries
The time has come to take advantage of the Egyptian reform programme’s success and push to create jobs and raise living standards through sustainable growth, said IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton on Saturday during his visit to Cairo, ahead of the Inclusive Growth and Job Creation in Egypt conference. Lipton explained that, by …
Marrakesh – Unemployment continues to be the main challenge facing the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, Jihad Azour, president of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the Middle East and Central Asia told Daily News Egypt Monday on the sidelines of the IMF’s Opportunity for All conference. The challenge of unemployment in the Arab …
It aims to be Africa’s top energy company with the largest production volume of oil, gas, most coherent, interconnected retail network, said Total CEO
11% to 26% of Africans are unemployed, the highest rate in the world, says Mokaddem
The rate will witness further decline during 2017/18: EFG Hermes expert
Troubled Italian lender Monte Paschi has said it would cut thousands of jobs and close hundreds of branches as it continued its efforts to get on its feet again.
Macedonians who can find jobs are told to consider themselves lucky. But it’s unclear whether the luck is good or bad in a country where the minimal existing protections for workers are often blatantly ignored.
Tens of thousands of refugees have found jobs in Germany – although most of these are in the low-wage sector. Economist Wido Geis tells DW that this marks a first step towards successful integration.
The International Labor Organization has warned of the severe consequences presented by automation and disruptive technologies in the ASEAN bloc. Are the UN agency’s concerns founded? DW takes a closer look.
Fresh figures have shown the US economy has added far fewer jobs than expected by analysts. While non-farm payrolls increased, the figure wasn’t impressive enough to suggest the Fed would raise interest rates in June.
A global survey on the most important responsibilities of companies shows that offering decent jobs is the top priority for many. Quality products and environmental protection follow close behind, the study reveals.
German engineering giant Siemens has announced it’ll have to cut thousands of jobs in a realignment program. But it added it would start a huge hiring initiative as of next year to reflect the firm’s new structure.
Report highlighted reasons beyond Egyptians immigration and their preferable countries
The decision follows the syndicate’s General Assembly’s aim to overthrow the Medical Federation’s current administration
Ministry appointed 511 handicapped workers during the first month of 2015
800,000 to 1 million Egyptians in Libya, says deputy minister
New job search engine targeting Egypt job market plans to develop Smartphone application
The online hiring platform sees “massive” opportunity in Egypt and hopes to match entrepreneurs with freelancing youth seeking jobs