Centralization of Job Opportunities and Increasing Internal Migration in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
There exists a burgeoning body of scholarly work that has directed its attention toward the examination of migration-related concerns within the context of career development and mentorship. Nevertheless, it is important to note that the majority of this study has predominantly concentrated on the phenomenon of international migration, with comparatively little emphasis placed on migration occurring within national boundaries. This paper provides an in-depth examination of internal migration within the framework of Saudi Arabia, with a particular emphasis on the experiences of young individuals from rural Riyadh as they navigate the process of entering the labor market. This research highlights the significance of cultural distinctions, specifically in workplace environments, in the context of immigrants' professional advancement. The results of the study highlight the significance of internal migration routes in facilitating career advancement and indicate the necessity of including cultural sensitivity in career counseling interventions for internal migrants.
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