Sunday 08, October 2017 by Jessica Combes

Over 42,000 new jobs posted on in Q3 2017


Job seekers across the Middle East and North Africa are making use of the opportunities available on every day with a fully online job search and application process.

The number of new jobs announced on during the third quarter of 2017 represents a 29.1 per cent increase in online job postings in comparison to Q1 2017 and a 13.72 per cent increase in comparison to Q2 2017. Overall, the number of jobs announced online has increased by 21.25 per cent.

Thousands of additional vacancies are filled every day through’ flagship CV Search technology, through which employers directly contact and hire candidates without necessarily posting their vacancies.

“We are very thrilled to be working with more employers and business leaders to bring even more job opportunities to the Middle East region. Given that our mission and ultimate goal is to empower people to build their careers and lifestyles of choice, we continuously strive to bring more opportunities to our community of job seekers. With nearly 30,000,000 CVs registered on our job site, we exponentially increase our efforts and our strategies to make new career opportunities available and easily accessible. As we quickly approach the end of the year, we look forward to a continued growth in career building and a stronger and healthier job market. We will be reaching out to even more job seekers and employers to facilitate the connections and provide them with the tools and information they need,” said Suhail Masri, Vice President of Employer Solutions,

As continues to grow and diversify its portfolio of employers, the number of jobs available increases. On any given day, between 10,000 and 12,000 job opportunities are available on this job site. The Jobs announced are also highly diverse in terms of role, industry, location, and qualifications.


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