Caretaker Minister of Industry, Imad Hoballah, and Vice President of the Association of Lebanese Industrialists (ALI), Ziad Bekdash, announced during a press conference held on Thursday at the Ministry of Industry a number of new job opportunities in various fields within the industrial sector.
“Despite the stifling financial and economic conditions, we reiterate the fact that the productive sector must be given top priority.”
Hoballah added: “We have hundreds of new jobs created in the fields of medicine, masks, and food industries.”
ALI along with the industrialists announced, today two hundred new job opportunities.
The job description of the required professions will be posted on the ministry’s and the association’s websites.
The minister called on workers not to waste any job opportunity. “Employment opportunities are equal to all those who apply; to employers I say that they should follow up to secure new job opportunities.”
“We are ready to support the companies in entering news markets and negotiate with the counterparts. The quality of local production is improving, and we ask institutions to support workers, especially in the productive field,” Hoballah said.
“Without production, there is no future for Lebanon; it is the mainstay of the economy. Vaccines for industrialists should be among the top priorities,” he added.