Oman’s Minister of Labor: 32,000 job opportunities and 10,000 training opportunities will be created in 2021

Muscat: His Excellency Dr. Mahad Baouin, Minister of Labor, said during the press conference of the Ministry of Labor, during which the Ministry will announce its implementation plans for the current year 2021, that in 2021 , 32,000 job opportunities and 10,000 training opportunities will be provided. Providing job opportunities in the government sector according to actual needs.

The Undersecretary for Labor Development for Human Resources said: 7602 job opportunities in the government sector will be through replacement

The following is  the most important points mentioned in the conference:

Training of 6000 job seekers through employment-related training programs and on-the-job training programs within the framework of supporting various sectors.

Training of 10,000 job seekers to enhance youth with job skills required by the labor market (experiences) Training of 3000 job seekers within the Entrepreneurship Program for Small and Medium Enterprises.

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