Bahrain: Doctors Paid No More than 300 Dinars
“There are Bahrainis who are graduates of the Arab Gulf University working in private hospitals for very low salaries, and the salaries of some may not even exceed 300 dinars.”
Bahrain Employed 7210 Pakistanis in 2017
A Pakistani newspaper said that 7210 Pakistanis got employed in Bahrain in 2017, according to official numbers issued by government body in Islamabad.
Indian Newspaper: 100 Thousand Indians Work in Banking, Medicine and Management Sectors in Bahrain
An Indian newspaper stated that the number of Indian workers in Bahrain reached 350 thousand in 2014 after it was about 90 thousand in 2000, which means that the number increased 4 times.
56% of Nursing Graduates in Bahrain Unemployed since 3 Years
A statistical report conducted by a team of unemployed nurses revealed that 56 percent of nursing graduates are unemployed.
Parliamentary Services Committee Approves Increasing Unemployment Insurance, Dismissal Compensations Rate
The Bahraini Parliamentary Services Committee approved a law proposal to amend some provisions of Decree Law No. (78) of 2006 pertaining to unemployment insurance
100 Unemployed Bahraini Nurses as Gov't Continues to Hire Foreigners
Bahrain Mirror: Bahraini graduates of Nursing from the School of Medical Sciences denounced the Health Ministry's continued employment of foreigners while they have been unemployed since their graduation in 2014. This came after the ministry hired a group of Asian nationals in nursing posts recently.
Arabian Business: 30% of Bahrain Gov’t Employees to Lose Their Jobs Amid Budget Cuts
Bahrain Mirror: Up to 30 percent of Bahrain government employees face losing their jobs under a parliament-wide restructuring in response to stringent budget cuts.