Current job market climate is looking up in the UAE so if you are planning to take up an opportunity here; now will be the best time.
NADIA Global’s annual GCC Salary Report 2018 – 2019 suggests that it is anticipated that salaries around the UAE are set to boost by five percent.
Furthermore, a leading training and recruitment provider also reported that 2019 will see a salary rise of 3.5 to five percent.
The country is also expected to observe a rise in the average country residency rate of up to ten years for individuals in the age range of 25 to 50 years old.
This might partially due to the increase in jobs in Dubai, in addition to the UAE’s acceptance of long-term residency visas for expats, investors, and business people.
“We think that the UAE is an indicator for the region and that it is entering the next phase of development in respect to attracting business and talent on the global arena,” quoted NADIA global CEO, Ajay Malhotra.
This is not the first time that we have seen a rise in pay, an insurance comparison website YallaCompare investigated more than 1,200 UAE residents on the condition of their finances, with fascinating results.
Likewise, another analysis from recruitment firm Michael Page also exposed the average salaries in the UAE for 2019, comprising of fields in accounting and finance, sales and marketing, digital and many more.