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    Saudi official report: One-third of women need more than a year to get a job

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    Post by Rocky Sun 08 Oct 2017, 3:46 am


    Saudi official report: One-third of women need more than a year to get a job

    10:02 - 08/10/2017


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    A Saudi statistical report for the second quarter of 2017 shows that 32% of females need a year or more to get a job, compared with 20% for male researchers.
    A relative census of the General Organization for Statistics in the second quarter of 2017 published by Al-Watan newspaper in Saudi Arabia showed that the percentage of those who took more than one year to find work from both sexes was about one-quarter unemployed and 26.6% as the average for both sexes.
    The results showed that males outperformed females in the lowest periods of time. The males who took a month to look for work accounted for 5.8% versus 4% for females. Researchers ranged from 2-3 months to 20.2% of males, compared with 14.4% of females , The percentage of female researchers in the period between 4-6 months to form 24.45% compared to 22.1% of males, so that males rise in the period between 7-9 months and by 10.1% for males, and 7.7% for females.
     In the 10-12 month period, male researchers accounted for 21.7%, females 17.6%, and were close to parity between 13-18 months by 3.9% for males and 3.7% for females. The period of time more than 18 months and 28.2% of females and about 16.2%.
    The report, which was based on the estimated ratios, distributes job search periods between one month and one and a half years in total and the distribution of proportions between males and females. The period between 4-6 months was the highest rate of job seekers at a total rate of 23.3% 18 months with a total of 22.8%, while the period 13-18 months was the lowest period of job seekers by 3.8% and a close proportion between women and men. Ending / 25


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