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“Potentials of achieving Saudi vision 2030 goal to empower Saudi women

Author: 
Ilham Elsayed and Nagat Elmulthum
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

Emphasizing the importance of women contribution in growth and development, this paper aim to study and analyze the possibilities of achieving Saudi vision 2030 goals to empower Saudi Women. Descriptive and quantitative analysis using data from higher education statistics, and Saudi Arabian Monetary agency, was done. The study shows that, the number of males and females are more or less equal according to 2015 population data for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but when it comes to labor force mismatch between them is observed with higher opportunities for males. The study concludes that, the labor market does not coup with the steady increase in the number of female graduates. Focusing on empowerment of Saudi women, the study proved that contribution of women in business directors, services, and engineering sectors is limited compared to males as the gap widening in both services and engineering sectors. The study found that students enrollment in varies engineering specializations is dominated by male. Moreover, females’ involvement in technical training, in comparison to males is very limited. On the other hand, the study found that, there is a gradual increase on the number of females joining postgraduate studies recently compare to that previously graduated. Recent data, 2014, indicates Saudi female teaching staff is almost double non Saudis emphasizing empowerment of women with high prediction to achieve 2030 Saudi Vision goals. The study recommends investment in further education for females by providing more opportunities for females to receive Ph.D. degree from local and international Institutions. Moreover, it is recommended to increase number of graduates in specialties that required by labor market and hence increase possibilities to empower Saudi women focusing on that directly affects decision making and strategic planning depending on clear effective swift plans to cope with Saudi Arabia 2030 Vision.

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