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Saudi embrace of ride-hailing apps drives economic, social change
9 January 17
Saudi Arabia hopes its plan to bring a further 1.3 million women into the workforce by 2030 will be given a lift from ride-hailing apps Uber and Dubai-based rival Careem.....

Why are ambitious young Saudis not being given a chance to succeed?
7 January 17
Saudi Aramco, the giant Saudi oil company, last year began to implement a long-term Saudization policy to empower Saudis to replace the current non-Saudi suppliers and manufacturers with which Aramco...

Fashion retailer boasts of Saudization success
6 January 17
Bussiness across Saudi Arabia are striving to recruit Saudi nationals and increase their retention rate at all levels as part of their ambitious plans to meet the development goals envisaged...

Divorce and workingwomen
5 January 17
A report issued recently by the General Authority for Statistics showed a 72.9 percent increase in the divorce rate among workingwomen....

6 ways to stay motivated during your job hunt in Dubai
5 January 17
Yeah, job hunts can be frustrating, if you are looking to move to Dubai. It can take a toll on you if you have been searching for weeks or even...

Expats blamed for failure of mobile phone market Saudization
4 January 17
The Saudization of the Kingdom's telecom sector has not been as successful as expected because authorities did not make the necessary studies before implementing the plan and did not give...

98% graduates from tourism institute get jobs
4 January 17
The Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) has said it has expanded its efforts to include more Saudis in the tourism training to contribute to sustainable development and diversify the...

Saudi women now work at airports
4 January 17
Saudi women are now in the front rows of airports guiding passengers. This became possible after years of they asking those interested in the development of women's work to widen...

Localization of industrial parts' production to save cost, generate Saudi jobs
3 January 17
Reverse engineering could solve the problem of most plants in the Kingdom who have approximately a third of their spare parts outdated and that are faced with high costs of...

Labor ministry signs agreement to fund worker ethics charter
3 January 17
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development signed an agreement with the Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Majdoui Foundation to fund an ethics charter for workers in the civil sector....
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