Government Recruitment Exam on Friday
Government Recruitment Exam on Friday
Thursday, July 05, 2018

Government Recruitment Exam on Friday

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Government Recruitment Exam on Friday

As many as 400,000 people have enrolled for Friday’s recruitment exam for public services posts, the head of Administrative and State Recruitment Organization said. 
“A total of 18,000 jobs are up for grabs for jobseekers who will sit this exam, suggesting that about 22 people have applied for each post [on average],” Jamshid Ansari was also quoted as saying by ILNA. 
Employment by all branches of the government stands at not more than 40,000 annually—30,000 by the executive branch and 10,000 by the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran and non-governmental public organizations—while over 500,000 graduate from universities annually.”


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