Jordan Reported 23,000 Jobs in the First-Half of 2014
- Department of Statistics (DoS)
- Of the total jobs reported, 16,000 jobs were designed for the male population while 7,000 were created for the female population
- The DoS report indicates that the private sector hired 16,000 people whereas the public sector employed 7,000 individuals
To cut it short
The job market has been witnessing an upswing since 2014. While the entire Gulf experienced a positive shift in jobs, Jordan specifically observed an upward movement. Cities as Amman, Irbid and Zarqa, reported a number of vacancies for population ranging between 15 to 39 years of age. The DoS report stated that individuals with qualifications in social sciences, business and law obtained the majority of jobs. While 2014 proved a great year for many, 2015 is already doing the magic!