Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab received Monday a report from Manpower Minister Nahed el Ashry about the efforts exerted by the ministry to provide suitable job opportunities for youth in the private sector during the phase between March 2014 till August 2015.
The report showed that the number of job opportunities offered to youth reached 291,253, while the number of the appointed job seekers hit 225,115.
The number of nominees, who will be appointed during the coming phase in the executive apparatuses affiliated to the ministry, climbed to 350,77.
The remaining job opportunities mounted to 310,61 ones.
El Ashry said that the ministry coordinated with the Administrative Development Ministry and the mobile companies to announce about the vacant job opportunities via sending SMS.
She further underlined that ministry launched a program for the job seekers and businessmen to facilitate providing job opportunities for youth.