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CSC offers jobs to 14,800 Kuwaitis this year

CSC offers jobs to 14,800 Kuwaitis this year : Google
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Civil Service Commission (CSC) has offered employment to 14,800 male and female Kuwaiti citizens from the start of this year until date, including about 5,000 male and female teachers, reports Aljarida daily quoting informed sources.

They affirmed that CSC seeks to offer employment to more than 20,000 citizens this year in line with its plan to offer jobs to those desiring to work from 2014 to 2030, as per which it was expected to offer employment to 15,880 male and female citizens until 2018, especially after CSC nominated a new batch of 3,258 citizens.

According to official statistics in this regard, the number of male employees in the governmental system has decreased by 100 in the last ten months while the number of female employees have doubled by 4750 during the same period.

The number of Emirati employees in the governmental system of Kuwait is the least, with just 16 citizens (15 of who are women) out of the 4,450 GCC nationals working in various governmental agencies.

Meanwhile, CSC has deter mined 9,379 vacant positions of different fields in governmental bodies based on the needs of those bodies including 22 jobs for PhD holders, 94 for masters’ degree holders, 3,918 for university certificate holders and 2,899 for diploma holders.

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Category: #Kuwait News | 2018/10/10 latest update at 10:20 PM
Source : Arab Times | Photocredit : Google
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