Travellers to the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region are predominantly male, affluent, organised and brand loyal, according to new research from global travel data platform Adara.
The research, which used Adar
Bahraini males and females express differing preferences for particular jobs. Women are more likely to be driven to refined careers showing preferences for teaching, accounting, administration, retail and secretarial jobs, said a report in the
Low-self esteem, poor body image and a perception of not meeting the modern ideal of masculinity are driving more men to consume over-the-counter body-building supplements, constituting what researchers believe is an emerging eating disorder.
Emirati women are more likely than their male counterparts to consider a position in banking and finance (29 per cent versus 11 per cent), found a major survey on Emiratisation.
The ‘Emirati Employment Report’, by Oxfo
Dubai-based Emirates has introduced a third daily service to Malé, the capital of the Maldives, adding seven more inbound flights a week to the island.
Commencing December 1, the new flights will be operated with a Boeing 777-300
More than 60 per cent of adolescents aged between 10 and 16 years suffer from Gynaecomastia, a condition that results in the enlargement of the male breast, which can be emotionally embarrassing especially for teenagers and young adults.
Companies and schools in Saudi Arabia’s private sector are stipulating that female employees obtain the consent of their male guardians when seeking work, said a report.
According to the Labour Ministry,
AirAsia X Berhad, a Malaysia-based long-haul budget carrier, is set to launch flights to two new destinations - Colombo (Sri Lanka) and Male (Maldives).
AirAsia X will commence its first of four weekly flights into Bandaranaike In
Dubai-based Flydubai, a leading low-cost airline, has announced flights to Malé, the capital of Maldives, bringing the airline’s presence in the Indian Subcontinent to nine points across six countries.
President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, widely credited with bringing democracy to the hideaway resort islands, resigned on Tuesday after weeks of opposition protests erupted into a police mutiny and what an aide said amounted to a coup.