Government and civil service is the most attractive industry in the UAE, a report said, highlighting that over two thirds (68 per cent) of UAE respondents in a survey currently view the government as a “favourable” employer.
The majority of Emirati professionals prefer the government as employer, followed by military, defence and police services, oil, gas and petrochemicals and banking and finance, a report said.
The majority (55 per cent) of Emirati
The oil, gas and petrochemicals industry is the most preferred for employment in the UAE, a report said, adding that government careers are also thought of highly and attract more than half of the local talent.
About 44 per cent o
Libya will include thousands of former rebels who helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in its armed forces from January, the defence minister said on Sunday, testing the government's ability to get rebel leaders to cede command of their fighters. &n
Claims that senior posts at a Bahrain government ministry had been hijacked by a political opposition group have been denied.
Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Dr Juma Al Ka'abi appeared in parliament to refute the all
Bahrain's parliament renewed their warning to the government to include demands for a 25 per cent pay rises for public sector employees.
MPs said that they would block the national budget for this year and the next if their demand was