Dubai: This is good news for UAE job seekers. Cooper Fitch recently reported that there was a 10% increase in hiring in UAE. According to Cooper Fitch’s second quarter report 2022, the UAE’s employment increased by 10% compared to the previous quarter.
This means that there has been a 10 percent increase in job opportunities. The GCC also saw a significant increase in public sector hiring. According to the report, Dubai, Riyadh, and Abu Dhabi are home to the most number of job applications. Here’s a list of sectors that saw an increase in hiring across the GCC: UAE and Saudi Arabia. Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman.
Investment – 17. %
Real Estate – 14% Banking – 14%
Legal Private Practice – 13% Strategy – 11%
Public Sector – 8 %
Construction – 8%
Marketing and Sales – 7%
Digital and Data – 6 %
Senior Finance – Cyber – 6%
Security – 4%
Consulting – 4%
Supply Chain – 4 %
Software Development – 2%
Legal In-house – 2 %
Finance – 9% It’s important to do your research.
Before accepting a job, make sure you thoroughly research the job. Once you have received the offer letter, ensure that it contains all details about the contract. As outlined in the UAE Labor Law, you should be aware of your rights and responsibilities when working in the UAE. Follow Us On Facebook