Egypt has announced a new hiring policy, offering job opportunities for those who can demonstrate they have the skills required for a job in the country.
The new rules are being seen as a welcome change from the country’s past, when the hiring process for the government’s jobs was largely based on salary and the age of the applicants.
The hiring process is expected to start in late April, the official MENA news agency reported on Tuesday.
“This is a step in the right direction for the Egyptian government, which has faced a lot of difficulties in attracting and hiring top talent,” said Michael Kugelman, an analyst with Kugelmann Group.
“The new rules will give Egyptians a more solid footing when it comes to choosing between career paths and jobs.”
The new policies, which were first reported by The Wall Street Journal, will allow those who qualify to apply for jobs in the public sector.
The government also announced a series of changes to the hiring practices of state-owned companies, including eliminating the requirement for a government-issued ID card and allowing companies to offer work from home for some jobs.
These changes will help boost Egypt’s economy and create new jobs, officials said.
Some of the new hires include: A new hiring system that will allow applicants to use social media to apply to a job.
The process is currently a voluntary process that has resulted in only a few applications and is not compulsory, according to MENA.
Egypt’s new hiring process will allow for the use of social media in order to apply.
Egypt is the only Arab country that doesn’t require people to provide a government ID card.
The government will also expand its digital recruitment efforts by providing the hiring platform to companies in the United States, according the report.
“We are also taking steps to give Egypt’s citizens access to more jobs and better opportunities,” said Khaled al-Rashid, the minister for public order and security, in a statement.