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Saudi Arabia's Subol program benefits 56,000 citizens in 2019

The platform increases job stability and helps citizens align their careers to their personal ambitions and job market needs

Saudi Arabia's Subol program benefits 56,000 citizens in 2019. [representational]
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Saudi Arabia's Subol program benefits 56,000 citizens in 2019. [representational]

Saudi Arabia’s Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) has revealed that the services and interactive programmes provided by its recently launched Electronic Career Education and Development Portal (Subol) benefitted more than 56,000 of the kingdom’s citizens in 2019.

The Subol platform helps Saudi nationals choose a career path through a comprehensive process of education and career guidance for students, job seekers, researchers, employees, and employers.

The platform also educates its visitors on the labour market and provides interactive content supported by career orientations tests.

According to the state-run Saudi Press Agency, Subol also increases job stability and helps Saudi citizens align their careers to their personal ambitions and the job market's needs.

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