Arab World Careers releases 2014 Middle East Salary Guide

Arab World Careers, a premium job portal in Middle East has released the 2014 Middle East Salary Guide. The salary guide has been formulated after consulting 800 top recruiters and 2200 employees from various companies and industries. Though the macroeconomic indicators are positive, Middle East employers are being cautious in releasing new offers. Jobs in Dubai , Jobs in Middle East , Middle East Jobs & Gulf Jobs continues to be among top 100 searched phrases in the internet.

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Construction, Engineering, Architecture & Design, Banking and Financial jobs are the highest gainers with pay hike or a new job promising up to 8% increase. Tourism, Leisure, Hospitality, Accounting, Sales, Human Resources and Legal roles show signs of up to 5% increase. Niche roles like Aviation, specific IT skills and high profile Sales roles would continue to be dominated by the demand-and-supply model.

Arab World Careers predicts that Construction & Engineering, Oil & Energy, Tourism and Aviation sectors would drive growth in the GCC markets. 2014 would continue to see nationalization efforts by these economies. Arab World Careers suspect Kuwait to implement a similar law in 2014 as Saudi Arabia’s Nitaqat Law. The number of new jobs created in GCC economies would be between 470,000 – 500,000 and the number of positions to be filled would be upwards 4,000,000.

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