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Available Jobs in Kuwait – March 23,2015

Available Jobs in Kuwait – March 23,2015 BARISTA WAITER WAITRESS Interested applicants may call 50996296   CCTV CAMERA TECHNICIAN Interested applicants may call 96622205 Please send your CV to trecruitement@gmail.com   OUTDOOR SALES EXECUTIVE Interested applicants may call 22470826   PART TIME WAITER Interested applicants may call 50996296   STAFF FOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY Interested applicants may call 55559441   CASHIER Please send message to this FB account https://www.facebook.com/andreaapplea?fref=nf   COOK Interested applicants may call 99860030   CHEF SUECHEF   WAITER Interested applicants may call 55665666   FLORIST Interested applicants may…

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XCITE Operation Recruitment Open Day

XCITE Operation Recruitment Open Day   TECHNICIAN¬† with Kuwait Driver’s License DRIVER with Light or Heavy Kuwait License PARTS PICKER ADMIN CLERK CASHIER RECEPTIONIST LABOR & WAREHOUSEMAN   Interested applicants please come and join us on Friday, March 20, 2015 at Alghanim Head Office, Shuwaikh from 10 AM to 4 PM. Only Transferable visa 18 & 22 will be considered Please submit your CV along with your passport and residency copy, work permit and photo. You may also send your CV to xcitecareers@alghanim.com.  

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Kuwait Authorities Plan a Crackdown on Residence Law Violators

Kuwait: Al Qabas daily reports that this coming April, the Kuwait security authorities in collaboration with the General Department of Security Forces plan to crackdown on residence law violators from various nationalities. Moreover, according to the the security authorities there are 150,000 expats violate the residence law —¬†4.3 percent of the total population, Al Qabas daily added. Giving a breakdown, the authorities said the Indians come in first place with 20,000, the Bangladeshis 19,000, the Sri Lankans 14,000, Ethiopians 10,000, Filipinos 8,000, Egyptians 7,000, Syrians 6,000, Indonesians 5,000, Nepalese 4,000…

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