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NOOREED A STARTUP IMPROVING LEBANON’S EDUCATION LANDSCAPE THROUGH FREE STUDENT ORIENTATION

Despite Lebanon’s status as a hub for quality education and academic establishments in the region, the country still lacks proper career orientation that takes into account market need and individual attributes to help students make sound decisions about their future. As a result, many people end up pursuing studies that do not match their interests and ultimately get stuck for years in life-sucking careers that lack any sense of self-fulfillment.

Nooreed, a new Lebanese startup, is bridging this gap though a comprehensive website that helps students find their ideal academic path. Once they sign up using, students can take an assessment test that reveals the careers that best match their personality and skills. The platform is also HOME to over 150 career videos where top experts from every field share their practical experience with students, in addition to a library featuring useful information and statistics about all job specializations, divided by industry.

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