Dubai’s unemployment rate reached 0.5 per cent last year, while the refined economic participation rate as a percentage of total working-age population reached 83.2 per cent, according to the Labour Force Survey 2018 published by Dubai Statistics Center.
To support those who wish to pursue higher education, the Sharjah Department of Statistics and Community Development (DSCD), launched the 'Sustainable Education Survey 2019', in collaboration with Sharjah University, aimed at collecting data on the educational levels of citizens in the emirate.
While death could be a pain-free event, people are most worried about loved ones being in pain or frightened in the final hours or minutes of life, says a new poll that suggests that most people know nothing about dying.
Terming exit polls in the past as “inconsistent” and “incorrect”, the opposition parties on Monday played down the predictions for the Lok Sabha elections, claiming that the actual results to be announced on May 23 would be different.
Shorter people are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study published on Tuesday.
Over 95 per cent of residents satisfied with the quality of the road networks and infrastructure in the city.
Ninety-three per cent of young Arabs see the UAE as their strongest ally, while 80 per cent see Saudi Arabia as their biggest ally – showing a high favourability towards the GCC. So revealed findings of the 2019 ASDA’A BCW Arab Youth Survey, which were debated at a special event for academics, journalists, policymakers and diplomats held at the London think tank Chatham House.
Influencers with over a million followers are still the people to contend with in this day and age when all social media platforms have taken a tight grip on both the young and old. However, those who do not want to be dislodged, those who want to join the bandwagon and stay in the pack, should now consider seriously how they could captivate their target market or keep their zealous audience remain gaga over them.
Three out of 10 children aged six to 11 do not even know that tuna comes from fish.
Sharjah Department of Statistics and Community Development (DSCD) has revealed the findings of their ‘Safe Community’ survey, which indicates that 99 per cent of respondents — all Sharjah residents — feel safe in general, 98 feel safe home at night and 97 per cent feel safe in public places at night.