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Egypt Announces Jobs in Libya with EGP 20,000 Salaries

The Egypt Ministry of Manpower announced starting to accept applications for 37 jobs in Libya. This includes seven professions in the medical field, with salaries of up to EGP 20,000. The Ministry revealed that it will accept the applications from January 16th until January 31st.

It added that those wishing to work on these jobs can register their data by entering the Ministry’s website, then choosing job opportunities abroad, or entering the following link: https://mom.manpower.gov.eg/extemp/extjob.

The Egyptian Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan, said this is the second request to bring Egyptian workers to work in the medical field in Libya. This comes after the launch of the electronic link system between the Ministry of Manpower in Egypt and the Ministry of Labor and Rehabilitation in Libya to organise and protect the entry of Egyptian workers to Libya to participate in its reconstruction.

The Minister revealed that the required professions are: four doctors specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, a doctor who specialises in diagnostic radiology, two nurses specialising in emergency and ambulance services, five nurses specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, 13 nurses specialising in surgery, 10 nurses specialising in paediatrics, and two nurses specialising in legal midwives.

The Minister explained that to apply for these jobs, the applicant must have experience from three to 10 years, and age from 25 to 37 years, except for the position of a doctor specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology. In the last category the age of the applicant must be between 38 to 50 years with salaries ranging from 3500 to 4500 Libyan dinars, which is equivalent to EGP 15,505 to EGP 19,935 approximately.

Earlier this month, Adviser to the Egypt Minister of Manpower for Information and Digital Transformation, Hussein Sabry, revealed that Egyptian workers still have security concerns about travelling to Libya.

Sabry explained that he sent messages of reassurance about the stability in Libya to Egyptian workers in several important meetings.

He added that the launch of the new e-link system aims to reach the workers at all times, and will guarantee contracts are upheld, in addition to ensuring health insurance and accommodation.

Sabry noted that the Egyptian government was surprised that the first Libyan request for Egyptian labour was in the medical field.

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