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The newly registered jobseekers at the Governorate of North Al Batinah were 225 and 178 in the Governorate of Muscat; 111 in the South Al Batinah; 108 in the Governorate of Dakhiliyah; 79 in the Governorate of Dhofar; 73 in South Sharqiyah; 61 in North Sharqiyah; 41 in Dhahirah; 33 in the Governorate of Al Buraimi; 11 in the Governorate of Al Wusta and one jobseeker in the Governorate of Musandam.
SR200 will be deducted from the unemployment allowance in case a jobseeker fails to attend a training course or personal interview each time.
Paul Halliwell, managing director for Trinity Mirror Digital Recruitment, the company behind Fish4jobs said: "The launch of our mobile jobseeker apps is central to Fish4jobs' philosophy of providing jobseekers with the best access to relevant jobs wherever they are.
Prior to the project, only every third jobseeker felt optimistic about landing the right private sector job.
Throughout the three days from 20 to 22 October, ADTC hosted a large number of visitors on their stand, who undertook a variety of complementary services, including a diagnostic assessment, career counselling and a free prize competition, to give an insight into how ADTC can assist providing guidance on the jobseeker journey.
Cork-based Hays Recruitment conducted a study into jobseeker behaviour and discovered that a quarter of job applicants go out drinking the night before an interview.
Employers can view complete but anonymous resumes for free, and pay only to connect with a jobseeker.
The average jobseeker from Qatar expected to earn pounds 62,000 a year, and job seekers from Saudi Arabia expect over pounds 40,000, double the expectations of the average Briton, who wanted just over pounds 20,000.
With around 3000 vacancies on offer, each requiring varying levels of skill and experience, there is something to suit every jobseeker, from students to lone parents - even people considering a career change.
When a jobseeker uses an active method not specifically listed in the survey, it is recorded in the "other methods" category.
The joint jobseeker testing offering from Sanoma and Assessio helps employers select the best candidates from among jobseekers and helps jobseekers find their most suitable career path and jobs.
It is the older jobseeker, aged 35 and above, who feels the most let down by the work programme, with 42% of respondents in this age group rating the service as a one out of 10.