Riyadh 2019 Forum to improve Saudization in KSA

The forum will be accompanied by a job fair to help entrepreneurs and job seekers to meet. (SPA)
Updated 02 March 2019
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Riyadh 2019 Forum to improve Saudization in KSA

  • The forum will host 63 practical and specialized training courses targeting students, pioneers, business leaders, researchers, job seekers, employers, employees and people with disabilities

RIYADH: Riyadh 2019 Forum will be inaugurated on Sunday, and will highlight the potential employment opportunities in the labor market of Saudi Arabia. It is organized by the Human Resource Development Fund, and will be held for three days at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center.
The forum will host 63 practical and specialized training courses targeting students, pioneers, business leaders, researchers, job seekers, employers, employees and people with disabilities. It will be accompanied by a job fair to help entrepreneurs and job seekers to meet.


Hajj Ministry: More than 7.46m Umrah visas issued so far

Updated 25 May 2019
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Hajj Ministry: More than 7.46m Umrah visas issued so far

  • The largest number of pilgrims are from Pakistan
  • The Vision 2030 reform plan aims to attract more than 30 million Umrah pilgrims, and provide them with excellent services and an outstanding experience

RIYADH: The number of Umrah visas issued this year has reached 7,463,259, of which 6,964,943 pilgrims have arrived in the Kingdom, according to data provided by the Hajj Ministry.
There are 925,246 pilgrims still in the Kingdom, with 679,929 in Makkah and 245,317 in Madinah, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Most pilgrims — 6,185,504 — came to the Kingdom by air, while 671,356 entered by land and 108,083 arrived by sea.
The largest number of pilgrims are from Pakistan (1,530,855) followed by Indonesia (934,827), India (635,675), Egypt (524,728), Algeria (353,425), Yemen (323,083), Turkey (300,517), Malaysia (26,9554), Iraq (268,179) and Jordan (194,908).
The weekly data also included the number of Saudi staff within Umrah companies and institutions. They are 10,852 Saudis including 8,978 males and 1,874 females.
Developing Hajj and Umrah organizations and services in the Kingdom is among the top priorities of the Saudi government.
The Vision 2030 reform plan aims to attract more than 30 million Umrah pilgrims, and provide them with excellent services and an outstanding experience.