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Saudi Arabia's Future Female Entrepreneurs Saudi Arabia's best and brightest women are ambitious to say the least.

By Kareem Chehayeb

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Saudi Arabia's best and brightest women are ambitious, to say the least. In a study across female universities in Dammam, Riyadh, and Jeddah, it looks like a new wave of entrepreneurs is coming. This infographic by Glowork highlights the key points from the study. Most are prioritizing professional development over other factors when choosing a job, and many seem to want to start their own enterprises from the get-go!

If you missed Entrepreneur's Achieving Women Forum, read 12 Points on the Methodology of Business.
Kareem Chehayeb

Former Columnist & Online Liaison, Entrepreneur Middle East

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