LinkedIn reveals most applied jobs in KSA: Here’s how you can get one too!

By eyeofriyadh.busines
2018.02.13. 22:16
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The job of a ‘Project Manager’ at Yesser - Saudi Arabia’s e-Government Program was the most applied for job in the Kingdom in 2017, with 9,379 professionals submitting their applications. This was revealed as part of new research by LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, wherein it analysed which jobs drive the most views and applications. The research

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