Siemens Qatar: Creating career opportunities for everyone

Finding jobs can be difficult for both women and fresh graduates. However, Siemens Qatar helps both these groups career-wise with special programs that envision inclusion and diversification toward building an ideal working environment.

Doha's Culture of Instagram and How It's Beneficial for Startups

Instagram is a useful platform to promote and market your businesses, and also allows startups to obtain an upward trajectory in terms of exposure.

Ramadan to witness jump in job searches

Ramadan 2017 to witness an increase in job search activity, participants at the latest poll “Ramadan in the Middle East and North Africa Workplace” poll, carried out by, said.

Education City Career Fair 2017

HBKU student centre
06 February 2017 - 07 February 2017 / 10:00 am

Ministry scotches job change rumours

The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs has scotched rumours circulating on social media that the labour department at the ministry would remain open on Thursday (yesterday) and Friday (today) to process work visas and job transfer requests of illegal residents.

Ministry clarifies job change rules; Expats 'with problems' can contact support section

The conditions and regulations announced by the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs for changing jobs under Law No 21 of 2015 regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates apply to only the private sector, the Ministry has said.

Job change in Qatar: Companies need to have ‘exact visa’

Expatriates seeking to change jobs in Qatar can be recruited by only those companies that have the visa for the same nationality, gender and profession as that of the candidate.

200,000 to be employed at logistics project

About 200,000 people are expected to be employed at the logistics project being set up in south Wakra, Birkat Al Awamir and Aba Salil, the Ministry of Economy and Commerce said yesterday.

900,000 residents to benefit from Umm Slal Ali plant

More than 900,000 Qatar residents stand to benefit in the coming years from the operations of the $3.65bn Doha North Sewage Treatment Works (DNSTW) plant in Umm Slal Ali.

Qatari citizens given priority for public jobs

Qatari citizens are to be given priority in appointments for government and public jobs, a new law issued by HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani stipulates.