Minister: Kuwait hotel, restaurant sector providing thousands of jobs

The hotel and restaurant sector in Kuwait provides thousands of jobs and investment opportunities in major projects.

Food & beverage, Restaurants, Employment, Gcc market, Jobs, Kuwait hotels, Kuwait restaurants, Kuwait tourism

The Kuwait hotel and restaurant sector is creating thousands of job opportunities, the Minister of State for Economic Affairs Mariam Al-Aqeel said in a press statement.

According to a report in the Kuwait Times, the Minister of State for Economic Affairs Mariam Al-Aqeel has said in a press statement that the Kuwait hotel and restaurant sector is creating thousands of job opportunities.

In the statement the Minister also said that such opportunities also “extend to medium and small enterprises that are gaining more momentum the closer the country get to concluding major projects related to the ‘New Kuwait 2035’ vision.”

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Aqeel said that the government fully supports all efforts that would help achieve this vision, namely in terms of the private sector’s contributions.

“Tourism and hospitality services tops those sectors, especially after the cabinet decided to subject the Civil Service Commission to the Minister of State for Economic Affairs and combining all state departments entrusted with employment under one umbrella to set a clear strategy for labor markets,” she said.

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