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Ooredoo plans to create over 30,000 jobs in Myanmar

Qatar-based Ooredoo is recruiting staff in Myanmar and says it will provide more than 30,000 job opportunities, according to senior representative from the company.

"We want locals to work at our company. We will choose the talented staff and give the best services. We will send our staff from Myanmar to train in our headquarters at Qatar. We will train them exclusively for the necessary skills," said Ross Cormack, a senior representative from Ooredo in a conference held on Friday.

People who are interested to work with Ooredoo Telecommunication Company in Myanmar can apply to the company’s email address, the company Facebook account or join their official LinkedIn page at:

Nearly 100 percent of jobs will be offered to Myanmar nationals and their salaries will be paid in Myanmar Kyat, Cormack confirmed.