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The demographic structure of Gulf Co-operation Council countries (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain) is titled towards young age population, making education an imperative. Even though the GCC region is blessed with oil resources and wealth, paradoxically it also suffers from a high level of unemployment, mainly due to disconnect between skill sets and market needs. The GCC countries have realized this gap and have effected reforms and established various governing bodies to improve overall education structure. The GCC governments, on average, spends about xx% of their GDP on education lesser than xx% of the world average. Saudi Arabia in particular – spending xx% of GDP on education – is leading the way by giving a plenty of emphasis to improvements in the education sector.
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