Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Human Resources and Social Development, Eng. Ahmed al-Rajhi issued a ministerial decision to localise the first phase of educational jobs in private and international schools for boys and girls.
The decision aims to increase Saudiization rates in private schools across all disciplines, including mathematics, physics, biology, science, and technology, as well as localization rates in international schools’ specialisations in Arabic language, national identity, Islamic studies, sociology, art education, and physical education.
The move aims to create 28,000 educational jobs for Saudi men and women in the private and international schools sector over the next three years.
The decision is consistent with the ministry’s plan for Saudiization and expanding opportunities for Saudis to participate in the labour market and contribute to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).