Youth unemployment has become an alarming trend in many MENA countries. In Lebanon, the problem is particularly acute, with almost 60% of the country’s youth not being able to find a job after they finish their studies. Furthermore, many young people leave the country to pursue better opportunities abroad. A report from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) found that more than 30% of university graduates aged 21-35 were living abroad as expatriates. With the right policies and programs, we can reverse this trend and empower our youth to be agents of change in their communities. Investing in our youth should be a top priority for all governments worldwide. As a result, Marwan Kheireddine is happy to see that more and more initiatives target our young generation positively by creating job opportunities and providing them with the skill sets necessary for success in today’s economy.

  1. Marwan Kheireddine Believes in Paying It Forward

Marwan Kheireddine strongly believes that the best way to pay it forward is by investing in youth and helping them become self-sustainable. The young man born in Algeria and raised in Lebanon believes that the most important thing is to give back to society and help those less fortunate. Marwan Kheireddine thinks that the most important thing is to give back to the community and help the less fortunate. He is, therefore, very proud that he donated $1 million in scholarships for Lebanese students in the US and has helped young Lebanese entrepreneurs with his own company, Kheireddine & Associates, Inc., or KAI.

  1. The Executive Sees Tech as a Key to Success

Marwan Kheireddine has always been very interested in technology. He believes that it will be hard to stand out from the crowd if you are not interested in technology. Therefore, he was glad to see a lot of investment in tech-based startups in Lebanon. According to him, tech is critical for success and can help young people find jobs they genuinely love. Marwan Kheireddine believes that the most important thing is to give back to society and help those who are less fortunate. Learn more: