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25% of Respondents in Lebanon Expect Business Conditions to Get Better in a Year’s Time, According to and YouGov Survey

22% believe that their personal financial situation will improve in the next six months

22% of respondents in Lebanon have a positive outlook on the future of the country’s economy according to the most recent Middle East and North Africa Consumer Confidence Index survey, which was conducted by, the Middle East’s number one job site, and YouGov, a leading market research agency.

Country’s Economic Situation

60% of working respondents in the MENA region will be hiring new talent in the next three months, according to and YouGov survey

The latest Middle East Job Index Survey, conducted by the Middle East’s leading job site,, and research and consulting firm, YouGov, revealed that, across the MENA region, 43% of MENA companies are planning to hire in the next three months are looking to fill up to five jobs. In parallel, one in four companies are expecting to fill between six to ten jobs. Long-term hiring prospects, however, are bright: seven in ten organizations in the region plan to recruit new employees in a year’s time.