President of Civil Service Bureau lectures at RJNDC


On Monday, President of Civil Service Bureau, Sameh Al-Nasser, gave a lecture entitled “Civil Service Bureau Strategy in Reducing Unemployment and Employing Competencies in State Institutions” to scholars of 19th National Defense Course, in presence of College Commandant, Brigadier General Dr. Awad Al-Tarawneh, and the head and members of college’s directing staff. Al-Nasser said: "The Civil Service Bureau is one of the pioneers in confronting Corona crisis at the level of Arab world in management of human resources and development of road map for return of public sector employees according to (Sigma Reports for wise Governance)", and he is credited with transferring the Jordanian experience to brotherly countries and the approach of educated organization, noting that the issuance of defense orders and the disruption of government institutions doesn’t mean stopping work, calling for the necessity of continuity work of organizational units (critical job), on the basis of the Bureau is reference sides in organizing the public service. President of Civil Service Bureau pointed out that no need of continue graduating increasing numbers of specializations that aren’t needed by the labor market, and that the relentless pursuit of higher certificates in response to employment needs isn’t a way to acquire skills, which highlighted the phenomenon of unemployment for higher degrees holders, with a deficit and demand in other specializations. The number of Jordanian graduate students from education (comprehensive diploma and above) is estimated at about (70,000) students from inside and outside the Kingdom annually, which highlights a big problem in how to absorb them in the labor market in light of presence over (400,000) job applications in Civil Service Bureau, while the labor market is able to provide about (50,000) job opportunities annually, which expatriate workers are also competing for it. At the end of the lecture, an extensive discussion took place, during which the lecturer answered scholars' questions and inquiries.