NDU job fair. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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Companies in Lebanon should cooperate more with universities and schools on advising students about the job market and the majors that are mostly in demand, recruiting agencies said at the NDU Job Fair 2015 .Akl explained that there is great demand in the job market in other majors such as chemistry, food technology and quality control, adding that students should start diversifying their choices when it comes to university education.Likewise, Wassim Mhanna, electrical senior engineer at BAT, a contracting and engineering firm, said that the number of engineering graduates in Lebanon is going up year after year.Mhanna's comments were echoed by Wissam Khalil, mechanical senior engineer at Impex, a trading and engineering company, who said that the market is a bit saturated when it comes to engineering graduates.Khalil explained that engineering graduates tend to work for two or three years in a company in Lebanon before receiving better offers from companies abroad.
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