10,000 Saudi Youth Could Soon Benefit From Secure Jobs Due To A Recent Deal Signed

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Six MAJOR deals have been signed agreements for the 'Tomouh' project that aims to trains and hire 10,000 young men and women before the year 2020 comes to an end. On Monday, Makkah Governor Prince Khalid Al- Faisal patronised the signing for 'Tomouh', reports Arab News.

Tomouh is in line with the Kingdom's Vision 2030, except it will be conducted much earlier 

The aforementioned signing of the amazing new initiative was conducted at the King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) along with the Makkah Emirate as organisers. The 'Tomouh Form' was attended by several universities in Jeddah as well as more than 180 companies as participators. 

"This project was achieved as a result of the wise policy adopted by the leadership of Saudi Arabia in all its previous, current and future plans. This is evident in the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which was launched to set an example of a developing country that is quickly turning into a developed one.”

Makkah Governor Prince Khalid Al- Faisal (via Arab News)

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