Finding A Job In The UAE

The fact that Dubai is a tax free country vastly increases the chances of earning extremely high salaries. It is a dream for most people to get a proper job in the UAE due the good pay and living standards present in the UAE. This has led to a steady input of hopeful expats looking to secure jobs, increasing the competition for every job vacancy put out on the market. This has made it much harder for an individual to find a job.

Make use of the internet to look for employers who have put out vacancies for the type of job you are looking for. You can do this before you even depart to the UAE and it is sure to be much less stressful if you secure a job interview before hand rather than going to the country and then looking for job vacancies as this can waste quite a lot of time that can be used elsewhere. Make use of the yellow pages. There are also many websites that advertise available jobs present in the free zones of the country. Link here to find out more about other services that the home in Abu Dhabi can offer.

Another viable option is to check business firms related to your field that has a website of their own. For example if you are in to the Abu Dhabi home care industry or the home physiotherapy service industry, you can look for companies that are in to the same industry. If they have a website, there is a good chance they have an option under the website talking about the careers and job vacancies available in that particular company. It is also a good idea to run a search on the internet and find out about the company. This will let you know about the state of the company and if they have a history of bad business or labor issues which can save you from unnecessary trouble.

Employment agencies are a common option for expats looking for jobs. It is advised to be careful as there is known to be hordes of rogue employment agencies that may try to scam you out of your money. A common indication is if any of these agencies ask for some sort of registration fee or fee for any documentation. According to the law in the UAE, employment agencies cannot demand any sort of payment from a worker. The costs incurred due to the recruitment process should be paid for by the employer. Make sure you bring all the required documents like your school certificates and college degrees and ensure they are attested. In the case of a walk in interview, a person with attested documents is sure to get the job.