BAHRAIN: Job hunting is one of the toughest challenges for any young adult. In a highly competitive market, finding employment that not only works on a personal level but also provides a viable career path can be complicated.
For Bahraini youth, this became less of a problem when Majra emerged to offer a cultural and personality-based job matching service.
The company, launched in 2017, was created as the result of two young Bahrainis going through the job-search grind.
Co-founder, Najma Ghuloom, 29, said: “We started having conversations about job hunting and how a lot of the platforms and resources we were using were not very transparent.
“We couldn’t find a lot of information about the job itself or whether or not the…