The Civil Service Commission has identified 26 disciplines which the holders of Bachelor’s degrees must pay attention to because they are in much demand in the labor market, reports Al-Jarida daily. This is in addition to identifying 14 majors that are not needed by the labor market. The CSC said in a statement that the required disciplines are human medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, nursing, medical laboratories, radiology, physiotherapy, speech, audiology, pharmacy, social service, graphics, psychology, physics, libraries, information, information studies, communications engineering, computer engineering, civil engineering, sociology, electrical engineering, applied statistics and biology. This is in addition to chemistry, mathematics, computer science, English and allied health sciences.
As for the disciplines that have no scope are the media, history, international relations and philosophy, political science, geographic information systems, petroleum engineering, oil and gas engineering, industrial and systems engineering, industrial and administrative engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, jurisprudence and its origins and legal politics.
Meanwhile, Director of the Manpower Registration Department at the Civil Service Commission, Ibrahim Al-Hajri, revealed more than 4,650 male and female job seekers have registered so far in the Central Employment System (CES) in the current registration period since June 24, reports Al-Qabas daily. Al-Hajri said in a television interview that the current registration period is extended until July 8, stressing that there is no priority for those who register first or last. He pointed out that after the end of the registration period, the CSC will prepare lists of those registered in the system, and nomination will be determined according to criteria followed in this respect, and accordingly the applicants will be nominated to work./AT