Middle East McKinsey and Company’s report “Opportunity Youth” for Middle East North Africa and Pakistan (MENAP), released in August lays out the challenges and opportunities before the region. The configuration of the region is interesting because the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in its World Economic Outlook reports conjoins the Middle East with Central Asia.
Arab youth have named the UAE as the country in the world they would most like to live in, revealed the findings of the 13th Annual ASDA’A BCW Arab Youth Survey released on Tuesday.
The video shows Hassan during a 1500-metre run, where she tripped over an opponent and fell during the final lap. However, the runner got up, continued with the race, and eventually came in first place.
The Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center (Sheraa) is empowering a group of tech-minded young students in the UAE by sponsoring their participation in a unique coding journey designed to develop key future skills as part of the Leagues of Code Summer Camp.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed also tweeted, "Our proud history was shaped by our people, and it is today’s youth that will shape our world tomorrow. On International Youth Day let us celebrate their potential, empower them to succeed, and trust them to create a brighter future for all."
The Arab Youth Survey 2021 in its 13th edition has come up with interesting revelations, which reflects the changing global economic and political situation on the one hand, and social and cultural perceptions on the
Saddam Bani Odeh, 26, died in hospital from a bullet wound to the lungs following the clashes on the road into the northern town of Tubas, the ministry said.
The report sheds light on the digital lifestyle in the UAE, based on group data that monitored individuals and companies' behavior during the year 2020, which witnessed the Corona pandemic.
Millennials. They’re back at it again with their whining and laziness. This time, they’re daring to quit their jobs due to burnout. Don’t they understand the financial ramifications of quitting or “lying flat,” even for a brief stint? Aren’t they rather young to be burned out?