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Saudi Arabia, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 27,752,000
Chief of State: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Head of Gov.: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Christians: 4.3%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 15th
Life Expectancy: 74.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 87.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Saudi Arabia: 70,661

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Saudi Arabia has revealed ambitious plans to create more than 561,000 private-sector jobs by 2023 as part of a new digital era for the Kingdom’s labor market. Minister of Labor Ahmad Al-Rajhi made the announcement at the launch of the Qiwa online platform, which aims to combine all the country’s employment services under one electronic roof. Through digitization, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development hopes to not only boost job opportunities for Saudi men and women, but also to improve workplace efficiency, productivity, and attract international investment. Al-Rajhi said that 45,000 Saudis entered the labor market in the last three months. Pray that the new innovations will lead them to know God’s love. Pray that the new opportunity will enhance their life to seek God (The Bible, Galatians 6:4).

Saudi Arabia plans to create 561,000 jobs under new digital employment initiative

Back to World Map
Saudi Arabia, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 27,752,000
Chief of State: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Head of Gov.: King and Prime Minister Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Christians: 4.3%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 15th
Life Expectancy: 74.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 87.2%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Saudi Arabia: 70,661

Pray for Saudi Arabia facebook page

Saudi Arabia has revealed ambitious plans to create more than 561,000 private-sector jobs by 2023 as part of a new digital era for the Kingdom’s labor market. Minister of Labor Ahmad Al-Rajhi made the announcement at the launch of the Qiwa online platform, which aims to combine all the country’s employment services under one electronic roof. Through digitization, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development hopes to not only boost job opportunities for Saudi men and women, but also to improve workplace efficiency, productivity, and attract international investment. Al-Rajhi said that 45,000 Saudis entered the labor market in the last three months. Pray that the new innovations will lead them to know God’s love. Pray that the new opportunity will enhance their life to seek God (The Bible, Galatians 6:4).

Saudi Arabia plans to create 561,000 jobs under new digital employment initiative