Friday, November 16, 2018

Education

Around 200,000 tons of annual food wastage in Bahrain

Bahrain’s households dumps around 195,000 tons of food waste on average annually.“Food dumped by families makes up 35.2% of the overall annual quantity of...

Some teachers threaten to take Kuwait to international courts

The crisis related to the rights of expatriate teachers has escalated to the extent that some teachers have threatened to resort to international courts...

Education Special: “What course is right for you?”

Choosing a right course is a big decision and can impact your future success and career. Below are some ideas to help you find...

Saudi: Nearly 6,000 doctors are jobless in the kingdom

Nearly 6,000 Saudi doctors including 94 post graduates are jobless, according to statistics released by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS).The number of...

Why the UAE is attractive to foreign students

The UAE outranks Singapore, Switzerland, China and South Korea as a preferred study destination, new research suggests. The market research was conducted as partnership between...

UAE: FNC Member Questions on Expats “Grabbing” Teaching Jobs

A member of the UAE’s Federal National Council has complained that too many teaching jobs are being given to expatriates over Emiratis.Speaking to the...

US Detectives Investigate Death Of Saudi Student In Florida

Authorities in the US have launched a murder investigation following the death of a Saudi student in Miami.Yasser Abualfaraj, 23, was discovered dead in...

Thousands of Saudi women apply for workplace support programmes

More than 8,000 Saudi women have applied for support programmes designed to help women employed in the kingdom’s private sector, according to local media.During...

Saudi: More than 80% of job seekers are women

According to a report published by General Authority of Statistics (GaSat) on Tuesday, the number of Saudi job seekers reached 1.07 million this year with women...

A beacon of hope: New protections for Saudi women

According to the Saudi Newspaper Okaz, during the last ten days, the Saudi Ministry of Justice issued four important decisions and proposals to limit the abuse...
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