Posted by GulfTalent, March 11, 2013 3153 views
Average salary expectation for male graduates is AED 27,000 per month while for female graduates it is AED 19,000 per month
Higher salaries, more favourable conditions, greater job security and the opportunity to work with other Emiratis cited as main attractions of government jobs
Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala tops list of preferred employers
UAE graduates prefer to work for government organisations rather than UAE private sector firms and multinational companies, according to a research study conducted by online recruiting Read more...
Posted by GulfTalent, March 11, 2013 1944 views
متوسط توقعات الرواتب الشهرية للخريجين 27,000 درهم وللخريجات 19,000 درهم
- الوظائف الحكومية أكثر جاذبية بسبب الرواتب المرتفعة وظروف العمل الأفضل والهامش الأكبر من الأمان الوظيفي وفرصة العمل مع المواطنين الإماراتيين الآخرين.
- "مبادلة" على رأس قائمة الجهات التوظيفية المفضلة لدى المواطنين الإماراتيين.
أظهرت دراسة بحثية أجرتها شركة جلف تالنت دوت كوم المتخصصة في التوظيف الالكتروني بالتعاون مع 10 جامعات رائدة في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة أن Read more...
Posted by GulfTalent, April 7, 2012 2257 views
• Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman are the leading job creators in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
• Oil and gas, healthcare and retail sectors are enjoying the largest headcount expansion
• Western expatriates easier to recruit as a result of global economic woes
• Dubai strengthens position as most preferred expatriate destination
The Gulf region continues to create Read more...
Posted by GulfTalent, September 7, 2011 490 views
Training and development cited as the main attraction of top employers. Average salary expectation for male graduates is 10,000 Rials per month, compared with just 5,000 for female graduates.
A research study released by GulfTalent.com confirms Saudi Aramco as the top career choice for Saudi graduates, followed by SABIC.
GulfTalent.com’s study "Recruiting Top Graduates in Saudi Arabia" was based on a survey of over 2,400 recent graduates and final-year students at six leading universities in the Kingdom.
The universities that participated in this landmark study include Read more...
Posted by GulfTalent, February 7, 2011 364 views
Qatar tops regional pay rises. HR professionals get the highest raise. Moderate jobs growth forecast for 2011. Egypt turmoil could impact talent availability in the Gulf
Private sector salaries in the Gulf states are forecast to increase at an average rate of 6.6 percent this year, according to research released by GulfTalent.com.
The findings were published in GulfTalent.com’s sixth annual review of labour market trends entitled "Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf 2010-2011" and were based on a survey of 32,000 Read more...