Qatarisation: 3,777 citizens provided jobs in 2018 May 15, 2019 0 1191 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaThe Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA) succeeded in providing jobs to 3,777 citizens in 2018 as part of the Qatarisation of jobs plan, according to a source.While 3,255 citizens got government jobs, 522 got employment in the joint sector. A total of 1,209 men and 2,568 women got jobs.Intensifying its efforts to provide more jobs to citizens, the ministry has got in touch with various government agencies to launch a new list of jobs after the Eid Al Fitr holidays. The ministry is seeking to launch a new list offering suitable jobs for a large number of citizens with a view to completely eliminate the waiting list.As part of the Qatarisation plan, the source said, the ministry continues to follow up with various government agencies to monitor vacancies in each ministry and government entities for filling them with citizens seeking jobs.A circular has been sent to all government agencies subject to the Law of Human Resources so that no vacancy is advertised in any media before consulting MADLSA.In case of absence of Qatari job seekers, the ministry or the governmental body will be informed about it and the vacancies will be filled with children of Qatari women. RELATED ARTICLES Ras Abu Aboud Stadium: A revolutionary & innovative design May 15, 2019 0 2370 Amir hosts iftar banquet for armed forces, MoI officers May 15, 2019 0 861 ‘Summer in Qatar’ to kick off with elaborate Eid schedule May 15, 2019 0 1918 7,758 establishments inspected in a month Tribune News Network Doha The joint inspection campaign (Al Sarayat 4) carried out by a number of authorities has been a huge success with completion of inspections at 7,758 establishments within a month. The campaign .. Focus on students in new traffic awareness plan, says official Tribune News Network Doha The General Directorate of Traffic has announced special and increased focus on school students to spread awareness about road safety in its new plan. Lieutenant Colonel Jaber Odeiba, ..