A new survey on career development plans among young professionals in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, shows that 83 percent of Kuwait employees would leave their current companies for better training opportunities.
The survey findings not only reveal that employees in Kuwait view career development as a vital component of their professional lives, but also underlines their motivation and dedication in pursuit of this goal. The employee responses revealed by the survey are also a wakeup call to employers in the country on the need to enhance career development opportunities in organizations.
The survey, conducted by the Middle East’s premier job site, Bayt.com in partnership with market research agency YouGov, titled ‘Career Development in the MENA 2023’, offers valuable insights into the current state and future expectations of career development in countries in the MENA region.
The survey found that management development skills were deemed the most vital training area for respondents (24%), along with technical/job-related skills (18%) and leadership/coaching skills (17%). Team management skills (37%) and…