MENA education sector most lucrative

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Public expenditure on education in the MENA region has 4.4% higher than the world average of 14.2%, and it doesn’t stop there. The region’s education sector is expected to flourish due to job creation necessity and regional demographics, making it the UAE’s most lucrative sector in the world.

Based on a report by the Al Masah Capital, the field of education has actually good potential for investors who are seeking good returns in diversified and recession-proof economies. The government has recognised the need to provide the locals with practical skills to render them productive.

On the other hand, adult literacy as well as the time taken for an individual in studies is of growing concern to the government as the region has fallen behind in these aspects. But with intensifying number of boys and girls in the education aspect since 2009, the government can now view it in the long term.

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Public expenditure on education in the MENA region has 4.4% higher than the world average of 14.2%, and it doesn’t stop there. The region’s education sector is expected to flourish due to job creation necessity and regional demographics, making it the UAE’s most lucrative sector in the world.

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Public expenditure on education in the MENA region has 4.4% higher than the world average of 14.2%, and it doesn’t stop there. The region’s education sector is expected to flourish due to job creation necessity and regional demographics, making it the UAE’s most lucrative sector in the world.

Based on a report by the Al Masah Capital, the field of education has actually good potential for investors who are seeking good returns in diversified and recession-proof economies. The government has recognised the need to provide the locals with practical skills to render them productive.

On the other hand, adult literacy as well as the time taken for an individual in studies is of growing concern to the government as the region has fallen behind in these aspects. But with intensifying number of boys and girls in the education aspect since 2009, the government can now view it in the long term.

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