Nestlé hires 800+ youths in Middle East & North Africa since January 2020

Nestlé's efforts are part of its Nestlé needs YOUth initiative, with actions in the Middle East and North Africa helping meet the company's regional commitment to Foster Career Opportunities for Youth by enhancing skills, and promoting employability and career progression

  
Nestleacute; hires 800+ youths in Middle East North Africa since January 2020

Nestlé has hired more than 810 young people under 30 years old since January 2020, and provided internships to more than 230 during the period. The  announcement, made on International Youth Day 2021, comes at a time when youth unemployment rates in the Middle East and North Africa, already amongst the world’s highest at 29 percent according to the World Economic Forum, are being further exacerbated by the COVID-19[1] pandemic, with 87% of the region’s young people expressing concern about employment.

“We are very proud to be progressing in delivering on our commitment to support the career development of youth in the region, by offering various job opportunities that include internships and entry level positions, along with newly designed training and learning paths that help equip young people with opportunities and skills to really succeed in their careers,” said David Moloto, Nestlé Human Resources Director in the Middle East and North Africa.

“We are focused on our promise to create at least 1,000 new jobs for people aged 30 and under by 2025, and are especially excited about the success of our recently launched Nesternships which will help us do that while providing innovative means to select and train talented young people on the increasingly important areas of digitization and environmental sustainability.” He ended.

“My internship at Nestlé has taught me to further appreciate the value of hard work, creativity, and perseverance,” said Soukaina Barmaki, an Agroeconomist nestern from Morocco. “While my education had provided me with the knowledge needed to excel in my field, my Nesternship provided the know-how for my career launch by immersing me in practical skills and the opportunity to enhance my ability to work in teams.”

“I was selected for an internship at Nestlé’s Middle East and North Africa headquarters in Dubai in January, which led to me joining the company as an Internal Communications Specialist a few months later,” said Nema Malkawi. “I am thrilled to be working with the corporate communications team, and for the opportunity to engage with colleagues across the region to help bring Nestlé news and stories to life.”

Nestlé’s efforts are part of its Nestlé needs YOUth initiative, with actions in the Middle East and North Africa helping meet the company’s regional commitment to Foster Career Opportunities for Youth by enhancing skills, and promoting employability and career progression.

Young people interested in exploring opportunities offered by Nestlé can find more information on Nestlé’s MENA career page: https://www.nestle-mena.com/en/careers 

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For more information, please contact:
Layal Dalal, Nestlé Media Relations Manager, Middle East and North Africa
Email: layal.dalal@AE.nestle.com 

About Nestlé in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

Nestlé’s heritage in the Middle East and North Africa goes back over 100 years with the sale of the first Infant Cereals in Egypt. Today, Nestlé operates 25 Food & Beverage factories across the 19 countries of the MENA region; and provides direct employment to more than 15,000 people who are all committed to Nestlé’s purpose of unlocking the power of food to enhance quality of life for everyone, today and for generations to come. Nestlé MENA also provides indirect employment across the region to several thousand more.

The Nestlé portfolio in the region currently exceeds 60 innovative product brands in a wide range of categories: Dairy, Infant Nutrition, Coffee and Creamers, Confectionery, Bottled Water, Breakfast Cereals, Culinary products, Health Science, and Pet Care, among others. Nestlé NIDO, Nestlé CERELAC, Nestlé NAN, S-26, PROGRESS, NESCAFÉ, NESPRESSO, Bonjorno Café, Coffee-mate, KitKat, MAGGI, Nestlé FITNESS, Nestlé Grain d’Or, Nestlé Pure Life, OPTIFAST, and PURINA Friskies are just some of the brands available in the Middle East and North Africa.

To know more, you can visit:
Website: www.nestle-mena.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NestleMiddleeastNorthafrica
Twitter: https://twitter.com/nestleme
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NestléMENA 

[1] According to the findings of the 12th Annual ASDA’A BCW Arab Youth Survey 2020: http://www.arabyouthsurvey.com/pdf/downloadwhitepaper/AYS%202020-WP_ENG_0510_Single-Final.pdf 

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