'Manpower Industry Offers Resourceful Opportunities'

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) joel johnson | The Peninsula

Doha, Qatar: Qatar's manpower market continues to provide extensive opportunities with soaring projects said an expert.

Speaking to The Peninsula, Thaha Muhammed Abdul Kareem, Group General Manager and Advisor to the Board of Directors at Masskar Group said“Ever since we had a great event like the FIFA World Cup 2022, we have seen an increase in job opportunities.”

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The official elucidated that Qatar's economy is one of the most robust in the region and paves the way for several individuals to build their careers.

He also noted that the infrastructure, real estate, and construction markets witnessed considerable projects in Qatar due to the mega sporting tournament hosted by the country last year.

“With most of the infrastructure-related work pre and post-World Cup, ensures that the market here is positive and we know the demand will only keep increasing in the
coming years,” Kareem said.

Poised to be one of the leading business hubs in the years ahead, Qatar is upbeat on the surging projects across variindustries as the official remarks that more than mere quantities, it will be about quality to sustain in the market.

He stated“More opportunities are coming, especially in the oil and gas field and this country needs more qualified manpower, and therefore, it will be more about quality.

“It will be more about quality than quantity at the same time. And so for people who are focusing on quality for continuimprovement on developing themselves, there will always be opportunities,” Kareem added.

According to the monthly statistical bulletin of the Ministry of Labour (MoL) issued last month, 7,294 applications for new recruitments were received among which 4,655 were approved.

Meanwhile, the total number of profession modification requests reached 3,131, of which 3,077 were approved in July.

The bulletin also states that the number of applications for renewing a general work permit came up to 9,907, among which 9,269 were approved, and 638 were rejected, while the number of special work permit applications amounted to 706, including 466 applications for renewal of a permit, 64 applications for new issuance, and 176 for canceling permits.


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