Young people in the UAE and wider GCC desire early independence and the opportunity to turn their passion into a sustainable career, according to a new study.
They also want this career to be mutually beneficial for them and for t
”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
Virtual reality is the most appealing new technology travel booking concept in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA), revealed a new survey by YouGov, an internet-based market research agency.
Scott Booth, research
Manama has been named the top city in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) based on economic factors – and third for labour rights. The Bayt.com and YouGov Top Cities in the Middle East and North Africa Survey 2015 consistently placed
About 75 per cent of employers in the UAE are expected to create up to 10 new jobs in the next three months, according to a survey.
The latest Bayt.com Middle East Job Index Survey conducted by Bayt.com and lea
Seventy-seven per cent of fresh graduates living in the UAE used or plan to use leading online job sites when pursuing their first job, a report said.
The majority of respondents also state that finding a job is the biggest challe
The private sector is responsible for the majority of all managerial (83 per cent) and non-managerial (82 per cent) hires in the Mena region, a report said.
Specifically, multinational companies account for 26 per cent of manageri
More than half of UAE professionals are expecting a salary increase in 2015, a report said.
Sixty-two per cent said that they receive a basic salary with benefits, while another 15 per cent are also entitled to commissions, according to
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2015, the region's biggest travel and tourism event, opened today (May 4) in Dubai, UAE with a focus on the family travel market, as new data revealed preference for destinations, theme park activities, shopping a
The majority of Saudi Arabians believe that real estate rates in Jeddah will not only hold value, but keep going up at least for the next two years, according to a recent survey.
The survey conducted by YouGov and commissioned by