About 71 per cent residents across the region anticipate a rise in the cost of living in their country in the next six months, said a consumer confidence survey report.
The latest Middle East and North Africa (Mena) Consumer Confi
More than 67 per cent of UAE professionals feel their current salary is lower than that of other companies in their industry, with only 3 per cent stating a high level of satisfaction with their current remuneration, according to a survey.
Zurich has topped Tokyo to become the world's most expensive city, as surging currencies push up the cost of living in countries like Switzerland and Australia, a survey showed on Tuesday.
The Swiss Franc's allure as a safe haven
Sixty-two per cent of the employees in the UAE feel that their current remuneration is not in line with the cost of living, according to a recent survey.
However, 49 per cent believe that their financial position will improve in a year’s t
Qatar recorded the highest number of professionals with the biggest salaries in the region, with 10 per cent earning $8,001 or more each month, in a new study.
Across the Mena region, the average monthly salary differs considerably from co
Jobs and cost of living -- not culture and environment -- matter most for a city's attractiveness, says a new research.
Urban policymakers must not lose sight of the basics of liveability - transport, roads, schools and safety - as th
The cost of living and working in the UAE has declined in the last year as a result of the downturn in property prices, according to a new report.
The Kershaw Leonard 2010/2011 UAE Cost of Living Report reveals a dramatic readjustment in k
Falling accommodation costs are helping Dubai and Abu Dhabi remain relatively affordable cities in which to live, said a new global study by the HR consulting firm Mercer.
According to 'Mercer's 2010 Cost of Living Survey' whic
The results of a poll conducted by dothealth jobs reveals that high cost of living is the biggest recruitment issue facing the Middle East’s healthcare sector in the next two years.
Forty per cent of those questioned in a new marketing res