jobseeker's allowance

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jobseeker's allowance

in welfare a benefit paid to persons who are capable of working, are available for work and are actively seeking work, providing they are under 65 (for men) or under 60 (for women) and are not already working or working on average less than 16 hours a week.
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Muscat: The Ministry of Manpower has reaffirmed that next three months would see a focus on providing job opportunities to jobseekers holding college diploma and university graduates as part of implementation of the decision of the Council of Ministers on providing 25,000 job opportunities.
1629 or the First-Time Jobseekers Assistance Act of 2017, government agencies will be prohibited from collecting fees or charges from first-time jobseekers.
The unemployment rate calculated from the total number of jobseekers reached 7.
Annoyingly, the ministers who have introduced these draconian measures are all away on their holidays and do not return until January 8, by which time their department will likely be overjoyed they have sanctioned another few thousand jobseekers for failing to chase up jobs on Christmas Day.
But the lure of working in the UAE is so strong that many jobseekers overlook the warning signs and end up being victims of well-planned scams.
exhibition aims at matching jobseekers and the available jobs so that
It is targeted at young jobseekers with an interest in customer service roles.
Question: do all of these jobseekers actually want a job?
As more households acquired Internet access, more jobseekers began primarily performing job searches online.
Twenty-three jobseekers completed the six-week programme, which included English and maths skills and customer service training, with a specific focus on employment opportunities at WMFS.
Dozens of jobseekers in Redcar and Middlesbrough are sanctioned every week by work coaches apparently scrambling to fulfil their targets.
com also found that almost half of jobseekers have become more selective about the posts they have taken up, which may be worsening the UK's skills problem.