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Outsourcing Talent Market Intelligence Study: Saudi Arabia

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26 May, 2016, Navi Mumbai, India: Marketreportsonsaudiarabia.com presents a new report on “Outsourcing Talent Market Intelligence Study: Saudi Arabia” The report provides the current fresh talent pool (split by stream, degree, universities, and region) in Saudi Arabia and evaluates the 5 year projection of the talent pool.

http://www.marketreportsonsaudiarabia.com/service-industry-market-research-reports-3268/outsourcing-talent-market-intelligence-study-saudi-arabia.html

Saudi Arabia's youth unemployment is the biggest challenge. Unemployment among Saudi women who want to work is 34 %, almost five times as higher as the 7 % unemployment rate for men. After the post analysis of Talent pool survey of Saudi Arabia, Growth Praxis has come with this new report on Talent pool analysis of the country. The report gives insights on the country’s fresh and total employment in various technology skills.

The objective of the report is to evaluate the talent pool scenario in the country. The report provides the current fresh talent pool (split by stream, degree, universities, and region) in Saudi Arabia and evaluates the 5 year projection of the talent pool. Further it provides total labor force, employed and unemployed labor force split by region, gender, and age. The report also includes the total employment in Saudi Arabia for various IT skills.

Key findings of the report:

I. Total fresh talent pool in Saudi Arabia is xxx; where Engineering, Commerce & Business Graduates account for 35% of the fresh talent pool

II. There are total xxx programming language skilled employees in Saudi Arabia

III. The reasons for unemployment

a. High youth unemployment – The main reason for youth unemployment is the difficulty in a religiously conservative society with difficulty in integrating women into the workforce, and a stagnant private sector dependent on foreign workers. The youth (30%) and females (35%) are particularly affected by the country’s unemployment...

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