Announcing the priority in employment among those looking for job opportunities.. for humanitarian reasons

A new statement was issued a short time ago by the Emirate of Sharjah regarding the employment file and the management of job opportunities, as there are 17,000 citizens looking for work in Sharjah, including 3000 males.

A new statement was issued a short time ago by the Emirate of Sharjah regarding the employment file and the management of job opportunities, as there are 17,000 citizens looking for work in Sharjah, including 3000 males.

The Emirate of Sharjah is studying the employment file .. Number of job seekers:

The Chairman of the Consultative Council of the Emirate of Sharjah, Ali Mehd Al-Suwaidi, stated that the council recently conducted a study on the employment file in the emirate, which showed that the number of job seekers in Sharjah is about 17,000 citizens, of whom only 3000 are males, distributed over the various regions of the emirate.

Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi defines mechanisms for priority employment:

In an interview with "Emirates Today", Al-Suwaidi said that His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, identified a number of mechanisms that give priority to employment, the first of which is the employment of at least one person from a family of four who are looking for work. To create some kind of income for this family, as well as give priority to young people in employment to settle, marry and raise a family.

Priority for employment who are looking for job opportunities:

He added that there are a number of people who suffer from real social problems such as debtors and debtors to banks, and they are also placed among the priorities of employment, pointing out that many agencies in the emirate are working on this file to ensure income security for every family of citizens residing in Sharjah.

Fate of all job applications for job seekers:

The head of the "Sharjah Consultant" stressed that all employment applications that reach the council are collected in a file and sent to human resources to inquire about the position of their owners, especially that some of them complain about the delay in responding to their appointment request for years, as we inquire about the position of their owners and the possibility of appointing them, noting that The issue of Emiratisation, or “employment,” is for which the Sharjah government has prepared a special program to determine who is eligible for work according to priorities.