Virtually every kind of job is available.
just some examples of the
/ Auditing /Finance
Advertising / PR
Agriculture / Forestry / Fishing
Arts / Entertainment
Beauty / Fashion
Clerical / Administration
Computer Programming / IT
Customer Service / Support
Education / Training
Engineering - Every aspect of it
Health Care - Doctors, Nurses
Management / Consulting
Manufacturing - Every aspect of it
Oil / Petroleum
Pharmaceutical / Bio-Tech
Promotions & Exhibitions
Restaurant / Food Service
Sales - Indoor and Outdoor
Shipping & Maritime
Transportation / Logistics
Skilled Labour -
|Working in the Middle East Oil Rich Countries
|Employment Culture you should know
||Working in UAE
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven states: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al Qaiwain.
Although each maintains a large degree of independence, the UAE is governed by a Supreme Council of Rulers made up of the seven emirs, who appoint the prime minister and the cabinet.
Economy and Jobs
Because of its physical location, the United Arab Emirates has become economically prosperous and politically successful. It is now perceived very positively around the world as a forward-thinking, advanced nation, offering its habitants a refreshing and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
The UAE is one of the most liberal countries in the Gulf, with other cultures and beliefs generally tolerated. The people of the UAE generally enjoy a high standard of living because of oil wealth; diversification has dampened the shocks of oil price fluctuations.
The UAE is a regional trading and a leading tourism destination.Before oil was discovered in the 1950s the UAE's economy was dependent on fishing and a declining pearling industry. But since 1962, when Abu Dhabi became the first of the Emirates to begin exporting oil, the country's society and economy have been transformed.
The oil industry has attracted a large influx of foreign workers who, together with expatriates, now make up more than three quarters of the population.
The country's growing business sector and its tourist industry have helped to fuel a construction boom, with billions of dollars being pumped into showpiece schemes. Grand hotels and skyscrapers are emblematic of cities such as Abu Dhabi and cosmopolitan Dubai.