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‘Own business’ ideal job for 41pc Qataris

More than 1 in 4 Qataris (41 per cent) ranked ‘running my own business’ as their ideal job role, according to a new report. Similar views of entrepreneurism as an ideal job role were reflected in Saudi Arabia (37 per c

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Oxford Business Group launches Global Platform

Oxford Business Group (OBG), a global publishing, research and consultancy firm, has added digital video to its portfolio of research tools with the launch of a ground-breaking online broadcasting service. With over two thirds of

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Low oil window for oil sector to develop talent

The current period of low oil prices could be an opportunity for GCC-based oil and gas companies to invest in and diversify talent, according to a new report. Given the current glut in oil markets across the wider GCC, many oil &a

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Low oil window for oil sector to develop talent

The current period of low oil prices could be an opportunity for GCC-based oil and gas companies to invest in and diversify talent, according to a new report. Given the current glut in oil markets across the wider GCC, many oil &a

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Emirates, Oxford University launch data science lab

Dubai-based Emirates has launched a data science lab in a five-year partnership with Oxford University.   Employing a team of top scientists, engineers, social scientists and domain experts from Emirates and Oxfo

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Emirates, Oxford University launch data science lab

Dubai-based Emirates has launched a data science lab in a five-year partnership with Oxford University.   Employing a team of top scientists, engineers, social scientists and domain experts from Emirates and Oxfo

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Hidden camera found in Travelodge shower

Police in the UK are investigating the discovery of a hidden camera in the shower of a Travelodge hotel room in Oxford, England. Twenty three-year old Harmony Hachey had noticed an electronic device hidden behind the vent in showe

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'640,000 Emiratis needed to fill executive posts'

Since the UAE has a workforce of approximately eight million workers, about 640,000 Emiratis will be needed to fill executive posts, a report said, highlighting that strategic leaders make up about 8 per cent of any country’s workforce.

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Three steps for smart training in GCC

Smart training programmes, combining quantity, quality and focus, offer much more effective way than ‘one-size-fits-all training’ to develop national talent and achieve strategic goals in the GCC, a report said. GCC co

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80pc of Qataris ‘need to become leaders’

If Qatari nationals are to fill all of the strategic roles within the country, then nearly 80 per cent of Qataris need to develop leadership skills, a report said. The ‘Maximising Qatari Talent’ research from Oxford St

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