Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi underlined the dire need for preserving the Lebanese labor force, disclosing the existence of official international organizations and some embassies in Lebanon and beyond which are disbursing millions of dollars to some associations and research centers to organize seminars and conferences on the benefits of hiring displaced people in Lebanon.

Minister Azzi’s fresh words came on Tuesday during a press conference he held at his Ministry office to launch a study on labor market in the commercial and services’ enterprises devised by the National Hiring Institute in conjunction with the Beirut Merchants Association and Societe Generale Bank in Lebanon.

Azzi considered the study as an illuminated gesture that reflects that some people and ministries are in fact concerned about the fate of the young men, women and workers, and gives a positive clue for fresh graduates about the possibility of finding job opportunities in the trade sector in all its spheres.

The study also shows that despite the edgy economic situation, the trade sector is still solid and cohesive in the service of the Lebanese generations.

Azzi indicated that the Lebanese labor market is open to our Syrian and Palestinian brethrens in sectors demanding them; otherwise, priority is accorded to the Lebanese labor force.

Source: National News Agency

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Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi underlined the dire need for preserving the Lebanese labor force, disclosing the existence of official international organizations and some embassies in Lebanon and beyond which are disbursing millions of dollars to some associations and research centers to organize seminars and conferences on the benefits of...