Ramy Ayoub, the founder of Red Sea Academy, one of Egypt’s leading vocational training institutes for the tourism and entertainment industry, has urged the Egyptian government to take measures to prevent the country’s talented workforce from leaving the country.
In an interview with a local newspaper, Ayoub expressed concern over the increasing number of young professionals leaving Egypt in search of better opportunities abroad. He noted that many of these professionals are trained in the tourism and hospitality industry, which is a vital sector for the country’s economy.
Ayoub pointed out that Egypt has a wealth of talent in this field, with many graduates of Red Sea Academy and other vocational training institutes securing jobs in top hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues across the Middle East. However, he also noted that the country’s economic instability, political uncertainty, and security concerns have led many of these talented individuals to seek employment opportunities outside Egypt.