87 thousand new jobs created by “the Saudization of education” … Details and “salary ceilings”

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Paradoxes and the size of household spending on private education reaches 18 billion riyals annually

Previous reports revealed that the number of jobs in the private education sector in Saudi Arabia, which are occupied by non-Saudis, reached more than 87,000 jobs out of 272,000, which constitutes about 30% of the total jobs in this huge sector and the largest in the region.

With the decision to localize these jobs soon among other professions, which the Ministry of Human Resources announced, it will create more than 87,000 new jobs that will be replaced by Saudis.

Reports indicate that the number of schools in public education has reached 38,000 schools, with 6.2 million male and female students, while the number of private schools has reached 6144 schools, and indicated that the volume of spending by families on private education reaches 18 billion riyals annually.

Specialists believe that setting a minimum salary for private schools will make them an attractive work environment for many male and female graduates. As some of them give low salaries in addition to the discount in vacations or stop them, which harms the employees of this sector.

The Ministry of Education had earlier directed, in the past, to quickly localize jobs in private education, so that all administrative and supervisory work and activities in private and international schools are assigned to national cadres, and to replace national teachers in the related jobs of those who hold educational positions (leader – agent – student guide – pioneer Activity – administrative positions), and other jobs that may be filled with national cadres.

The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed Al-Rajhi, had issued a decision to localize professions in restaurants, cafes, hypermarkets and malls, indicating that the ministry will soon launch a decision to localize the legal and educational professions.

He explained, during his meeting with members of the National Committee for Contractors and the National Committee for Consulting Professions, the completion of the study to improve the situation of occupational security and safety personnel working on company contracts in ministries and quasi-governmental entities, in addition to contractors with the private sector, “We have set a minimum wage for them.”

And he indicated that the Emiratisation initiatives and programs in the year 2019-2020 achieved distinguished results, as more than 420,000 citizens joined the labor market, indicating that the number of Saudis entering the labor market in last January exceeded 28,000 young men and women, through Hadaf branches and employment centers Energies and employment support programs.

He pointed to the Ministry’s endeavor, through a flexible work decision, to empower university students and involve them in the labor market during leisure and vacations.

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87 thousand new jobs created by “the Saudization of education” … Details and “salary ceilings”

Previously

Previous reports revealed that the number of jobs in the private education sector in Saudi Arabia, which are occupied by non-Saudis, reached more than 87,000 jobs out of 272,000, which constitutes about 30% of the total jobs in this huge sector and the largest in the region.

With the decision to nationalize these jobs soon among other professions, which the Ministry of Human Resources announced, it will create more than 87,000 new jobs that will be replaced by Saudis.

Reports indicate that the number of schools in public education has reached 38,000 schools, with 6.2 million male and female students, while the number of private schools has reached 6144 schools, and indicated that the volume of spending by families on private education reaches 18 billion riyals annually.

Specialists believe that setting a minimum salary for private schools will make them an attractive work environment for many male and female graduates. As some of them give low salaries besides the discount in vacations or stop them, which harms the employees of this sector.

The Ministry of Education had earlier directed, in the past, to quickly localize jobs in private education, so that all administrative and supervisory work and activities in private and international schools are assigned to national cadres, and to replace national teachers in the related jobs of those who hold educational positions (leader – agent – student guide – pioneer Activity – administrative positions), and other jobs that may be filled with national cadres.

The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed Al-Rajhi, had issued a decision to localize professions in restaurants, cafes, hypermarkets and malls, indicating that the ministry will soon launch a decision to localize the legal and educational professions.

He explained, during his meeting with members of the National Committee for Contractors and the National Committee for Consulting Professions, the completion of the study to improve the situation of occupational security and safety personnel working on corporate contracts in ministries and semi-government agencies, in addition to contractors with the private sector, “We have set a minimum wage for them.”

And he indicated that the Emiratisation initiatives and programs in the year 2019-2020 achieved distinguished results, as more than 420,000 citizens joined the labor market, indicating that the number of Saudis entering the labor market in last January exceeded 28,000 young men and women, through Hadaf branches and employment centers “Taqat” and programs to support employment and empowerment.

He pointed to the Ministry’s endeavor, through a flexible work decision, to empower university students and involve them in the labor market during leisure and vacations.

February 19, 2021 – Rajab 7, 1442

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Paradoxes and the size of household spending on private education reaches 18 billion riyals annually

Previous reports revealed that the number of jobs in the private education sector in Saudi Arabia, which are occupied by non-Saudis, reached more than 87,000 jobs out of 272,000, which constitutes about 30% of the total jobs in this huge sector and the largest in the region.

With the decision to localize these jobs soon among other professions, which the Ministry of Human Resources announced, it will create more than 87,000 new jobs that will be replaced by Saudis.

Reports indicate that the number of schools in public education has reached 38,000 schools, with 6.2 million male and female students, while the number of private schools has reached 6144 schools, and indicated that the volume of spending by families on private education reaches 18 billion riyals annually.

Specialists believe that setting a minimum salary for private schools will make them an attractive work environment for many male and female graduates. As some of them give low salaries besides the discount in vacations or stop them, which harms the employees of this sector.

The Ministry of Education had earlier directed, in the past, to quickly localize jobs in private education, so that all administrative and supervisory work and activities in private and international schools are assigned to national cadres, and to replace national teachers in the related jobs of those who hold educational positions (leader – agent – student guide – pioneer Activity – administrative positions), and other jobs that may be filled with national cadres.

The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed Al-Rajhi, had issued a decision to localize professions in restaurants, cafes, hypermarkets and malls, indicating that the ministry will soon launch a decision to localize the legal and educational professions.

He explained, during his meeting with members of the National Committee for Contractors and the National Committee for Consulting Professions, the completion of the study to improve the situation of occupational security and safety personnel working on corporate contracts in ministries and semi-government agencies, in addition to contractors with the private sector, “We have set a minimum wage for them.”

And he indicated that the Emiratisation initiatives and programs in the year 2019-2020 achieved distinguished results, as more than 420,000 citizens joined the labor market, indicating that the number of Saudis entering the labor market in last January exceeded 28,000 young men and women, through Hadaf branches and employment centers “Taqat” and programs to support employment and empowerment.

He pointed to the Ministry’s endeavor, through a flexible work decision, to empower university students and involve them in the labor market during leisure and vacations.





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