Almost 50,000 Saudis employed through Hadaf programme in 2019

      Published on Friday, 3 January , 2020      477 Views     
Almost 50,000 Saudis employed through Hadaf programme in 2019


Almost 50,000 jobseekers have been employed through the Saudi Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) since the start of 2019.




In a press statement it was revealed that 48,822 people had been employed by Hadaf through its branches across the kingdom.

It stated that the Makkah branch had employed 10,933 people, followed by the Easter Region (8,778), then Riyadh (7,957).

Madinah and Jazan branches were ranked fourth and fifth for employing 5,753 and 3,392 Saudis, respectively.

Tabuk branch has also played a role in employing 2,211, while 2,033 citizens were employed through the Najran branch.

Jouf branch found jobs for 1,903 people, while the total employees in Qassim account for 1,765. Hail, Asir, Baha and Northern Borders regions witnessed the employment of 4,097 Saudi men and women.

Hadaf is a Saudi governmental authority that was established by royal decree in July 2000.

It falls under the Saudi Ministry of Labour and Social Development and is mainly concerned with providing financial support to organisations that train and quality Saudis in the private sector.



 

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Category Saudi News | 2020/01/03 latest update at 5:01 PM
Source : Arabian Business | Photocredit : Google
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