Education, Training & Recruitment
October 1, 2012
Doctors in Egypt have started industrial action over calling for an increase in the portion of the state budget apportioned to healthcare to 15 per cent and that Egypt would abide by international agreements and better its health system.
The International Labour Organisation has said that workers and employment rights are essential for the global economy to recover. Its new Director-General has warned that these rights should not be lost in the belief that deregulation will create jobs.
As employment remains a key issue in the post-Arab spring economy, Egypt's cabinet is working with the private sector to create a plan to reduce unemployment figures by six per cent.
It is a relationship forged through the age-old economic laws of supply and demand, yet one that has the potential to help secure the planet’s future energy requirements.
September 30, 2012
Journalism and public relations are ripe with entrepreneurial opportunities, stressed students at Northwestern University in Qatar in a roundtable this week with founders of Punchkick Interactive.
Khalifa University announced today that it has been approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to offer five new fields of specialization under its PhD in Engineering program.
September 27, 2012
An initiative by the African Development Bank to reduce unemployment in Tunisia is starting to take shape. "Souk At-Tanmia" (Development Market) has pre-selected 300 youths wanting to set up their own business.
A prestigious event that heralds the launch of an exciting new relationship between Qatar Foundation for Education, and The Economist Group (TEG) will take place in New York City tomorrow.
Jordan's Prime Minister, Fayez Tarawneh, has said that unemployment is one of the major challenges facing the Arab world.
Abu Dhabi University has recently been awarded the recognition of “Inspirational Company” at the Bizz Awards 2012.
September 26, 2012
Workers employed by the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) staged a sit-in protest to demand higher wages and better living conditions on Tuesday.
INSEAD has launched several initiatives at the start of the academic year 2012-13 in the MBA programme and the Global EMBA (GEMBA) programme.
September 25, 2012
Mona Mostafa, head of the Cairo Transportation Authority (CTA), said Monday that striking transport workers would have their pay docked in line with a prime ministerial decision.
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar welcomed 72 new full time students to the Education City campus.
ASUS has announced their F2A85 Series motherboards based on the new AMD A85X chipset and FM2 socket, designed for AMD’s second generation Accelerated Processing Units.