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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Silveroo’s Guidelines to Job Hunting in Bahrain

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Here's a clever post from $iLveR GiRL, who describes herself as "An edgy, simple Bahraini girl who likes things and people that are positively out of the ordinary."

تخيلوا لو أصدرت حقاً كتاباً مثل الكتاب أعلاه؟أفترض أن يكون من أكثر الإصدارات مبيعاً، بالطبع لا لأنني من كتبه، ولكن لأن التائهين والمتوهقين كُثر.لا أزعم أن هناك وصفات ذهبية لضمان الحصول على عمل في بلد العجائب (ما قصرتين SillyBahrainiGirl.. حتى ترجمة المصطلح حليوة)، فمشاكل سوق العمل والفساد الإداري والوظيفي أكبر من أن تجعل لأي وصفة مفعول مضمون ولو طُبقت حرفياً، واللي فيه خير ينكر الظلم الجائر الدائر في المؤسسات بفرعيها الخاص والحكومي.ولكن من باب تعميم الخير وتبادل الخبرات، أشارككم خلاصة تجربتي في البحث عن وظيفة في البحرين، صغتها على هيئة خطوط إرشادية عريضة لعلها تساعد المقبلين على مثل هذا التحدي في خوض التجربة.

“Imagine if I really published the book you see here. I assume it would be a best-seller. Of course, that is not because I have written it but because those who are lost and confused are a lot. I don’t claim there are magic solutions to guarantee finding a job in Wonderland (Thank you Silly Bahraini Girl, even translating the name sounds nice) because problems in the jobs market and administrative corruption are bigger than ensuring that any tip could have the expected result, even if applied to the letter. And I challenge those who are up to it to deny the gross injustice found in organisations, both in the public and private sectors. In order to spread goodness and exchange expertise, I would like to share with you my experiences in looking for a job in Bahrain. I have posted them in the form of guidelines which will hopefully help those about to take the challenge and enter this experience (of looking for a job),” she explains.

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  1. Thank you for posting.
    it is really helpful to all.
    such a nice topics.

    Bathmate

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