Turkish universities in border regions are giving more secure jobs to Syrians academics who can teach refugee students in Arabic.
With their ability to work severely restricted by their two closest Arab neighbors, many Syrian youth don’t see the point in education.
Although it has accepted more Syrian refugees than any other country, Turkey’s labor market is closed to many of them.
Restrictions in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey continue to limit Syrians’ ability to work legally.
Two new English-language teaching centers open in Iraq, to meet demand from Iraqi employers.
Young Arabs face countless difficulties in trying to build a future, but contrary to many other reports a new study says most of them do not want to leave their countries.
A female entrepreneur spotted a gap in the food market, and found a way to fill it, despite civil war. Can her success be repeated?
A 600-page occupational-outlook handbook undergoing a revision seeks to answer a common question: What jobs will be most needed in the future?
A new assessment tool aims to help asylum seekers in finding education or employment.