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Where you can get a job in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

If you're a job seeker, then most of the jobs are available in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The majority of jobs are found in FMCG, retail, constructions, etc.

The UAE has some economic challenges, particularly fluctuating oil prices, the situation seems improving. The dependence on oil economically is a matter of concerns, so UAE has its agenda to diversify its economy for a long-term success economically. Therefore, it’s creating more opportunities for Emiratis.

If you’re a job seeker, then most of the jobs are available in UAE’s largest cities such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The majority of job opportunities are in FMCG, retail, sales, constructions, electromechanics, etc.

You may find employment in a company in the UAE that belongs to your country. If Indian company has its branch in the UAE and you’re an Indian job seeker in the UAE. Then, you’ve more potentiality to get a job than others if your CV matched the job requirement. You still can find a job at multinational companies with offices in the UAE.

The language of business is English in the UAE, but if you’re a bilingual – meaning fluent in English and Arabic – it will give you the advantage to find a job in banking, public sectors, and government departments.

Etisalat, du, Emaar, Nakheel, Emirates NBD, FedEx, Emirates Group, Etihad Airways, ADNOC, Abu Dhabi Media, Marriott, Omnicom Media Group MENA, THE One, Weber Shandwick, Al Ghurair Group, Al Tayer Group, DHL, Aramex, etc.
Petroleum and Petrochemicals, Gas, Advertising, Public Relations, Market Research, Entertainment, Media, Engineering, Construction, Real Estate, Retail, Manufacturing/Production, Trade, Logistics, Automotive, and Ancillary.
Air Transport, Tourism, Energy, Financial Services, and Global Trade.

What’s it like working in the UAE?

Working hours vary between private companies, but average hours are eight a day. Friday and Saturday are weekends in the United Arab Emirates; the normal work is from Sunday to Thursday. Most of the offices are remains closed on Friday, and some are also closed on Saturday. You’ll find most Arab will not do business on Fridays. Working hours during Ramadan are usually reduced by 2 hours.

There is no income tax on individuals in the United Arab Emirates.

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Arif Mohammad

The Middle East's Blogger, blogging on travel, lifestyles, employment, history, and technology. I am an Indian by nationality, working in the Middle East.

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