Jobs in Gulf Cities

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Persian Gulf is a popular region in the world today owing to its huge reserves for natural resources- crude oil, petroleum and natural gas. It possesses such huge reservoirs of oil and related industries that its economy is primarily driven by their exports. Along with the industries, oil and gas jobs in Gulf also multiplied with the discovery of world's largest single source of crude oil. As Government is all set to transform the oil rich economy into a wholesome one, job opportunities in Gulf have increased tremendously. In order to reduce dependence on oil and gas industry, Governments in Gulf countries have found ways of generating income through other sectors.

A Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is also formed by 6 states- Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE in view of their similar political systems based on Islamic beliefs and common objectives. -Bahrain, the Kingdom of Two Seas, has the fastest growing economy in the Arab world and has been named the fastest growing financial center as well. -Kuwait literally meaning fortress built near water is the 11th richest country in the world per capita and is classified as a high income economy. -Oman has also been developing at a rapid pace to globalize its economy. Besides its natural and mineral resources industry, real estate, tourism and industry sectors are significant for long term development. -Qatar, an oil and gas rich nation has the 2nd highest GDP per capita in the world and is increasing private and foreign investment in non-energy sectors. -Saudi Arabia, the Land of the Two Holy Mosques is the largest country in the Middle East. It has the world's largest oil reserves and is thus the largest exporter of oil in the world.

It is aiming towards self sufficiency by promoting growth in private sectors and of local workforce. As such swiftly developing countries come together with a common objective of economic diversification, the employment sector is booming at its best. Jobs in Gulf have gone up in immense numbers for skilled and experienced workforce from across the world. There are numerous job vacancies in Gulf throughout various sectors and since the region lacks trained manpower, professionals from outside are being invited to offer their services. So much so that expats outnumber the population of locals in some cities making it a multi cultural cosmopolitan region.

Those who get to grab well paying Gulf jobs enjoy the diverse culture as people from all walks of life, professions, religions, cultures, beliefs, etc. come together. This becomes helpful in personal and intellectual growth of individuals as they get to interact and mingle with each other socially. Jobs in UAE emirates like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Fujairah pay extremely well. In fact, this is what jobs in Gulf are famous for- handsome pay packages along with other facilities and relaxing lifestyle. Dubai signifies cosmopolitanism in the entire Middle East making it the most sought after career hub in the region. And Abu Dhabi being the capital city is a political, commercial and industrial center of UAE and a preferred destination for job seekers. Sharjah and Fujairah are among the upcoming career destinations as expats migrate to the emirate in large numbers.

Similarly, jobs in Riyadh ,Damman and Mecca in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are also getting lots of spotlight from foreign professionals. Even though the country is conservative, attractive salaries coupled with housing, transportation, insurance and medical allowances make it an extremely lucrative employment center. Therefore, it can be said that jobs in Gulf countries are the most promising as these places travel on a progressive path.

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Deepika Bansal writes on behalf of, a leading job portal for jobs in Gulf Region, Jobs in Middle East and jobs in Saudi Arabia, Middle East jobs. Info Edge foray into the Middle East is an endeavour to provide established client base with services that best meet their international requirements as well as expand our operations on to a global arena.

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This article was published on 2010/11/18