”Doing a job I feel passionate about” is the most important attribute for fresh graduates in the UAE, followed by “competitive salaries” (14 per cent), “opportunities for career progression” (9 per cent), and
Approximately 51 per cent of professionals in the Mena region are “actively searching” for new roles, which is significantly higher than the global average of 36 per cent, according to a new report.
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US job growth surged in June as manufacturers and other employers boosted hiring, confirming the economy has regained speed after a first-quarter lull, but tepid wages suggested the Federal Reserve will probably not raise interest rates soon.
World stocks broadly climbed as riskier assets like equities received a bump from positive US data, though US equities and long-dated Treasury yields fell along with oil prices amid investor caution ahead of Friday's non-farm payrolls report
India announced on Monday sweeping reforms to rules on foreign direct investment, opening up its defence and civil aviation sectors to complete outside ownership and clearing the way for Apple to open stores in the country.
Oman Air and Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) have joined forces to create 400 jobs for young Omanis at the new Muscat International Airport.
The two companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) committing PDO to support t
Saudi Arabia plans to spend billions of riyals on technical training and other initiatives to boost the number of its citizens in private sector jobs, an economic reform plan released on Monday showed.
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Silah Gulf, a customer experience solutions provider, plans to expand its network of clientele across the region over the next three years, offering 1,500 job opportunities to Bahrainis, the company’s chairman said.
Sixty per cent of existing jobs will cease to exist in the next two decades as a result of new technology, an industry expert was quoted as saying by the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
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Around 80 per cent of the jobs in Makkah's hotels and tourist resorts will be staffed by locals by the end of the year, said a report.
The plan, which is part of the kindom's Saudisation push, will be carried out in cooper