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Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf 2012

Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf 2012

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Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf 2012. Overview or the job market and key developments, covering: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrein, Oman and United Arab Emirates. 2012. GulfTalent.com
Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf 2012. Overview or the job market and key developments, covering: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrein, Oman and United Arab Emirates. 2012. GulfTalent.com

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Published by: Pablo Alarcón on Apr 10, 2012
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Introduction
Employment and job creation
remain the hottest issues in the Middle East, includingin the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).This research report, produced by online recruiting firm GulfTalent.com, summarisesthe
status of the employment market
and forecasts key trends to be expected during2012.
Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf
” is published annually since 2005 and isthe premier publication on employment trends in the Gulf region.
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© GulfTalent.com 2012. All rights reserved.
 
Online Survey ofEmployers
This report is based on in-depth research from a wide array of sources
Selection Criteria
Online Survey ofCandidates
Source
Interviews with TopManagers
Professionals employed by 3,000 largest corporations in the GCCAged 22-60 yearsEarning an annual income in the range USD 12,000 - USD 200,000Employing 50 to 20,000 staffAcross all major industriesMix of private sector local and international companiesAcross all major industriesBased in the 6 GCC countries(Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, UAE)
News & Research
Relevant reports from the press and news sources across the regionMacro-economic sources
Research Methodology
 
Participants
35,000professionals2,100Executives &HR Managers60SeniorExecutives
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