Date: 26/09/2021
Developing competitive advantage of Jordanian youth to enter Labor Market

King Abdullah II Fund for Development has launched the sixth cycle of “Tariqi” project within the sectors (e-marketing, retail, insurance, customer service, and logistics), aiming to further and developing the competitive advantage of Jordanian youth to enter the labor market.
The project aims to raise the employability of fresh graduates by developing their capabilities and providing them with life and technical skills and practical training (On the Job Training) in order to provide employment opportunities in the hosting companies.
The project targets Jordanian youth aged between (18-27) “under specific conditions.” King Abdullah II Fund has developed a registration form that allows graduates to apply for the project electronically through the link: ( Between 22 to 26 this September.
The project also provides an opportunity for undergraduates aged between (18-25) years and those who have completed high school studies to join the (retail) sector to build their capabilities and acquire skills to enter the labor market.
It’s noteworthy that the project was launched in 2015 in a strategic partnership with Prince Charles Trust International, and is being implemented this year in cooperation with the Business Development Center. The Project has so far provided (257) operational opportunities, in addition to training (573) beneficiaries of the labor market.