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Sheikh Sultan approves 175 jobs for men, women in Sharjah

Jobs will be created within areas such as Khorfakkan, Kalba, Meliha, Dibba Al Hisn, and Al Madam for 116 men and 59 women

HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.
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HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.

HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, approved 175 jobs for 116 men and 59 women in the UAE emirate on 6 October 2019, with the initiative marking the third batch of employment opportunities approved by the Sharjah Ruler.

According to information published on the Shajah Ruler’s official website, the jobs have been divided between men and women within several areas in the emirate, including 36 men and 16 women in Sharjah; 22 men and 11 women in Khorfakkan; 25 men and 16 women in Kalba; and 16 men and 11 women in Dibba Al Hisn.

In addition to jobs for three men and one woman in Al Dhaid; six men and one woman in Al Madam; three men and two women on Meliha; one each for men and women in Al Bataneh; and two each for men in Wadi Al Helou and Al Hamriyah.

The Sharjah Ruler ordered urgent employment for 43 orphans, 110 people from low-income families, 12 divorcees, and five women that are supporting their families.

Additionally, jobs will be offered to two people with special needs that are academically qualified, and three jobs for people from martyr’s families that fall under the low-income category.

In an announcement on his Instagram account, the Sharjah Ruler said that with this batch of jobs, the total number of beneficiaries totalled to 562 in the emirate.

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