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Tag Archives: Kuwaitization

Proposal allows citizens juggle between 2 jobs

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 12: MP Majid Al-Mutairi has presented a proposal on allowing citizens to juggle between two jobs in order to help them cope with the rising cost of living, reports Al-Anba daily. Al-Mutairi explained his proposal aims to motivate qualified national workers, invigorate the labor market and achieve …

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PAHW implements Kuwaitization policy by replacing expat labour – No new contract for expatriates issued last year

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 30: Public Authority of Housing Welfare (PAHW) has started implementing the “Kuwaitization” policy by replacing expatriate labor force with national labor force – a move aimed at encouraging the latter, especially after the authority noticed the migration of its Kuwaiti employees to other governmental institutions, which reduced …

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Kuwait first in employing GCC nat’ls in govt, private sectors

RIYADH, Dec 3, (KUNA): A GCC report on Friday showed that as many as 10, 000 Gulf nationals worked in Kuwait in 2015, or 66 percent of total GCC citizens working in the private sector in countries other than their own. The UAE came second to Kuwait with 1,893 employees …

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MEW currently employs 17,984 people, Kuwaitis constitute 89 percent

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 16: Explanatory document for the budget of Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) for the current fiscal year indicates that 17,984 people are currently employed by the ministry, among them 15,961 citizens constituting 89 percent of the overall personnel and 2,023 non-Kuwaitis representing 11 percent of the …

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21,243 Kuwaiti job-seekers in queue for ‘job openings’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 11: The official statistics released by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) recently revealed that 21,243 Kuwaiti job seekers are in the queue for jobs as at the end of working hours on Thursday while only 11,768 vacant positions are available for certain fields of specialization, reports Al-Qabas …

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‘29,000 Kuwaiti citizens looking for jobs in government sector’ – Unemployment crisis on the rise

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 2: As per telephone records of Civil Service Commission (CSC), about 29,000 citizens are looking for jobs in government sector, and not only 18,000 citizens have registered with the central employment system, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The records revealed that unemployment crisis has increased, and on the other …

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MGRP lays plan to ‘provide’ jobs to Kuwaiti youth in private sector – Fish stalls to be leased at symbolic prices

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 21: The Manpower and Government Restructuring Program (MGRP) has laid down plans to provide a number of new jobs to Kuwaiti youths in the private sector where they will work by themselves in order to support national economic development efforts and to raise the value of work, …

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‘Growing number of jobless people social, security risk’

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 21: The Parliamentary Committee for Subsidies warns of social and security repercussions arising from the growing number of unemployed people in the country, which currently stands at 17,498 expatriates and 11,670 citizens as per the most recent statistics, reports Al-Qabas daily. Based on the statement of Ministry …

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 18: MP Khalil Saleh praised the decision of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) to prioritize the children of Kuwaiti women married to non- Kuwaitis over expatriates in the recruitment of workers for State institutions. The lawmaker asserted the decision will reflect positively on the social, economic and …

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30,000 unemployed graduates by ’30: CBK – Private sector urged to help solve problem

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 13: The Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) expects Kuwait to have 30,000 unemployed graduates by 2030, indicating the last survey conducted by the Central Statistics Bureau showed that half of the Kuwaiti graduates have to wait for a year to get a job, reports Al-Rai daily. Commenting …

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