Qatar to train cadres from national forces for job market

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Qatar will train cadres to enter job market.
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  • Ministry of Labor will provide national workforce data of male and female candidates to be employed at companies licensed by the QFC Authority.
  • The move is aimed at realizing the objectives of Qatar National Vision 2030.

Qatar’s Ministry of Labour has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority to train and employ cadres from national forces, especially fresh graduates, to enter the job market.

The MoU states that the Ministry of Labour will provide national workforce data of male and female candidates to be employed at companies licensed by the QFC Authority, according to local media reports.

Assistant Undersecretary of Labour Affairs Mohammed Hassan Al Obaidly said, “The signing of the memorandum of understanding aims to implement one of the most important priorities of the Ministry of Labour in the next phase, as the ministry attaches utmost importance to the employment and training of its national competencies so that they are ready and qualified to work in private sector institutions.”

CEO of the QFC Authority Yousef Mohammed Al Jaida said the roles of the Qatar Financial Centre and the Ministry of Labour align in multiple ways as the country endeavors to realize the human and economic development objectives of the Qatar National Vision (QNV) 2030.

 

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