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This Electronic Terminal Could Find Your Next Job

The Ministry of Social Solidarity has launched ‘Shaghalni’ ('Let Me Work'), a series of terminals that will serve as a portal for Egyptians to find and apply for employment opportunities.

Alright, it’s time to stop fishing for job offers by scrolling hopelessly through Facebook. The Ministry of Social Solidarity has launched ‘Shaghalni’ ('Let Me Work'), a series of terminals that will serve as a portal for Egyptians to find and apply for employment opportunities.

Installed across the governorates of Cairo, Giza, and Alexandria, the ‘Shaghalni’ initiative will link users with 25 enterprises that the Ministry of Social Solidarity directly works with. Currently, these terminals can be found in Helena, El Basateen, Dar es Salam, Ain Shams, Mansheyet Naser, Mokattam, Boulaq Dakrour, Kerdasa, and Dahshour, amongst many others.

The ‘Shaghalni’ project falls under the umbrella of ‘Forsa’ ('Opportunity'), an initiative launched by the Ministry of Social Solidarity in 2017 to help families on financial support by enabling them with job opportunities.