UAE, Bahrain and Oman are the only GCC countries to register a positive annual growth rate in job opportunities, while the region as a whole registers a record low growth rate of negative 21 percent in June 2016, as compared to the same period l
The UAE exhibited the most positive employment growth among GCC countries last month, with hiring activity growing at 18 per cent as compared to the same period a year ago, a report said.
While Bahrain is growing at a modest 5 per
The demand for software, hardware, and telecom professionals topped the charts for recruitment in the Middle East with a 28 per cent increase year-on-year during September, a report said.
Oil and gas (down 19 percent) recorded the
The number of online job listings in Saudi Arabia for software, hardware and telecom specialists increased by 58 per cent in May compared to the same month last year, while hiring in the oil and gas sector continues to decrease, said an industry
Saudi Arabia registered the highest long term growth in employment among all other GCC countries, with the creative and media industry maintaining its top position with a 55 per cent growth in job listings year on year, a report said.
The Middle East employment index has risen 51 per cent on annual basis, with retail/trade and logistics leading all industry sectors with 85 per cent annual growth, said a report.
BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance) and engine
MonsterGulf.com, a leading regional career portal , launched a Windows Phone application useful in searching for jobs and exploring opportunities.
The new application can be downloaded through Monstergulf.com and Windows Phone Marketplace.
Online job demand in the Middle East continues to show a positive sequential expansion with strong hiring trends in most industry sectors like retail/trade and logistics; education and healthcare, said an expert.
“Major economies like KSA,