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13,000 Kuwaitis waiting to be employed

The bureau is actively nominating batches to fill positions in ministries and government agencies, with 13,000 enthusiastic job seekers awaiting opportunities.

• Among the registered candidates at the Civil Service Bureau for employment are 6,168 male and female citizens holding university degrees, 111 with a master’s degree, and three with doctorates.

• There are 2,389 citizens with a diploma, 863 with a secondary certificate, 1,341 with an intermediate certificate, and 1,133 with a primary school certificate

The number of citizens awaiting nomination and appointment in the Civil Service Bureau’s systems has surged to over 13,000, a significant increase from the approximately 3,000 citizens registered two years ago.

According to recent statistics from Al-Rai newspaper, the gap between the current registration numbers and the smaller numbers from two years ago is widening. The Service Bureau is actively nominating batches to fill positions in ministries and government agencies based on the job needs plan.

Informed sources at the bureau told Al-Rai that “the past policy of employing citizens led to a significant reduction in the number of registrants in the bureau’s systems to about 3,000. However, the current situation sees the number of registered individuals rise to more than 13,000, contrasting with the number of recently nominated candidates who were rejected or not approved.”

The sources revealed that among the registered candidates for employment are 6,168 male and female citizens holding university degrees, 111 with a master’s degree, and three with doctorates. Additionally, there are 2,389 citizens with a diploma, 863 with a secondary certificate, 1,341 with an intermediate certificate, and 1,133 with a primary school certificate.

The sources emphasized the necessity of addressing the reasons behind the rise in the number of individuals registered in the bureau’s systems, awaiting nomination and appointment to government agencies.

They highlighted the importance of cooperation among the relevant authorities to prevent the problem from worsening and to manage the growing number of registrants with the bureau, particularly considering the annual increase in graduates awaiting their turn for appointment.



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