Ministry of Economy and Commerce presents employment and training opportunities to attract national cadres

March 15, 2016

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce is participating in the 10th edition of the Qatar University Career Fair which is being held from March 14 to 17 with the aim of familiarizing students with employment opportunities and the needs of the labor market.
The ministry’s participation for the third consecutive year in the career fair comes within the framework of its efforts to attract national cadres and retain them in positions in line with the needs and vacancies at the ministry as well as build cooperation bridges with various educational institutions across Qatar.
The ministry will be presenting its plans and programs in order to attract Qatari cadres and encourage them to apply to various job opportunities in the areas of business management, translation, accounting, public relations, economics and international relations.
The ministry will be also offering training opportunities in addition to internal and external scholarship opportunities to students who will also be informed about the services offered by the ministry and its main responsibilities.
Through its participation in the career fair, the ministry aims to further enhance cooperation with Qatar University, building on a previously held training program that provided students with practical and technical skills with the aim of equipping them with essential tools and competencies that will allow them to effectively join the labor market.
During its participation in the previous edition of Qatar University’s Career Fair, the ministry offered 14 internship opportunities in the fields of business management, economics and international affairs by providing them with practical training opportunities at the ministry in addition to hiring a number of graduates according to job vacancies at the ministry.
The Qatar University Career Fair introduces students to a number of diverse opportunities in a variety of fields including academic follow up, summer training programs and jobs vacancies at government and private agencies. The career fair also seeks to familiarize students with disciplines and employment opportunities offered by exhibitors and the needs of the labor market.