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.
The reason attributed to this is the growth of the country as a key regional and global economy. With India being a key market for most countries, we have seen the presence of most major conglomerates in India.
The Ministry of Community Development, through the National Happiness and Wellbeing Programme, and the National Wellbeing Council, launched the National Happiness and Wellbeing Survey in February 2020, as part of efforts to adopt projects and initiatives to raise the wellbeing
New research from Citrix has confirmed that remote work is here to stay, with 82% of all respondents agreeing that it will be more common post-pandemic.
The preliminary results of the scientific study conducted last April by the Health Promotion Department, HPD, at the Supreme Council for Family Affairs Sharjah in cooperation with the University of Sharjah have shown that 39% of smokers decreased their smoking during the COVID-19 pandemic.