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Civil Service Commission plans to hire 10,000 citizens in July

The bureau has nominated 4,444 Kuwaiti nationals under the new employment plan

  • The Civil Service Commission’s plan aims to ensure fairness and equality among all job-seeking citizens, aligning job titles and specializations with suitable positions across different regions of the country.

  • The bureau said the new batch includes individuals registered in legal, administrative, financial, and engineering specializations.

Confirming Al-Anbaa newspaper’s report from the 21st of this month, the Civil Service Commission has nominated 4,444 citizens under the new employment plan.

This plan aims to ensure fairness and equality among all job-seeking citizens, aligning job titles and specializations with suitable positions across different regions of the country and within government agencies under the commission.

The bureau confirmed that the announced batch includes individuals registered in legal, administrative, financial, and engineering specializations.

Additionally, the batch includes those with university qualifications in fields that were experiencing stagnation, namely literary and humanities disciplines such as political science, international relations, history, philosophy, and secondary and middle school education.

The Al-Anbaa newspaper learned that nominations in July will include about 10,000 male and female citizens. These nominations will cover specializations such as industrial, chemical, and petroleum engineering, in addition to technical diplomas of all kinds and the law diploma. New job titles will also be introduced for stagnant specializations.





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