Saudi job seekers urged to use online career platform

Subol helps students, job seekers and employees. (Photo/subol.sa)
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Updated 25 March 2020

Saudi job seekers urged to use online career platform

  • Subol informs about skills required in the Saudi labor market, listing high-in-demand professions and giving professional guidance

RIYADH: The Saudi Human Resources Development Fund has urged members to use the interactive services and programs provided by its online platform “Subol” as part of measures to fight coronavirus.
Subol helps students, job seekers and employees make better learning and career decisions by providing an integrated system of education and career counseling services.
The platform offers career explorer tests to help job seekers discover their passion. They can also use its live chat service to contact career advisers.
Subol informs about skills required in the Saudi labor market, listing high-in-demand professions and giving professional guidance.
It enables job seekers to view careers in the labor market — in the private sector and as self-employed individuals — and can support them with skills to plan a career that matches their personal ambitions and market needs. It also gives realistic expectations about the early years of the job.
 


Preserving heritage means securing the future, says Princess Haifa

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Preserving heritage means securing the future, says Princess Haifa

  • Saudi Arabia is at the 209th session to discuss international issues related to the fields of education, science and culture

PARIS: Princess Haifa bint Abdul Aziz Al-Muqrin, the Kingdom’s permanent representative to UNESCO, said that changes can only be faced with global efforts to achieve the common goals of promoting peace, building cultural bridges between nations, and empowering societies to guarantee a better future.

Saudi Arabia recently participated in the 209th session of the UNESCO Executive Council at the agency’s Paris headquarters. The Kingdom was represented at the session by Princess Haifa and a team of 26 Saudi experts from different sectors that have activities related to the scope of UNESCO’s work, such as education, culture, energy, environment, and training.

Princess Haifa said: “Despite our different cultures and languages, we share our belief that education is a right for everyone, that preserving heritage means securing the future, and that innovation and science are the bridge that will pull us out of this pandemic the world today is living.”

She said that the Kingdom supported African countries and was ready to share its experiences in various UNESCO fields, in addition to supporting action plans related to developing islands as one of its priorities in exchanging experiences, especially since the Kingdom is one of the most advanced countries in the world in the field of water desalination.

Reference was made to the Kingdom’s support for international growth and stability through the G20 presidency, specifically with regard to ensuring the continuity of education in crises, the continuation of efforts to achieve climate adaptation worldwide, and solidarity with the members of the G20 in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a member state of the UNESCO Executive Council, Saudi Arabia is at the 209th session to discuss international issues related to the fields of education, science and culture. These will be evaluated and decided upon, and the executive decisions assigned to them will be voted on, in cooperation with the council’s member states.

The Kingdom’s participation in the meetings of the UNESCO Executive Council also comes as part of its permanent presence in the international cultural and educational organization since its foundation in 1946.