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10/6/2014 - The Expo 2020 will create 277,000 jobs, said Mahmood Ahmed Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade, Dubai World, when creating keynote address during a recent event at the University of Wollongong in Dubai.
24/4/2014 - The ongoing Careers UAE 2014 has been unveiled at the Dubai World Trade Centre for the 14th successive year.
14/4/2014 - Careers UAE, specialized job and training fair which focuses on empowering UAE nationals, will be the largest fair to date, with this years edition to be held from 22nd April to 24th April at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre marking an increase of 27 percent on exhibition space, with 17,338sqm and 10 percent more exhibitor participation this year, with over 160 companies now confirmed.
7/4/2014 - The World Expo 2020 to be held in the UAE is likely to create at least 300,000 direct new jobs and one million indirect jobs, with more than 65 percent of the total UAE population being under 25, and a large number of Emiratis looking forward to work every year.
4/4/2014 - The latest survey by NaukriGulf reveals that jobseekers are likely to reap benefits of a growing job market in the UAE this year.
6/2/2014 - For those planning a career boost this year, here are the list of job roles that is fastest growing in the UAE, with their average salaries, as revealed by Bayt.
16/1/2014 - The UAE intends to increase the number of nationals employed in private sector ten-fold towards the year 2021, and if necessary, will also intervene in the labour market to achieve this goal, the Prime Minister announced early this week.
21/10/2013 - The World Expo 2020 is likely to create at least 277,000 jobs in the UAE and will pump in billions of Dirhams into the economy of the country, if Dubai wins the bid to host the prestigious six-month event, a UAE minister said.
15/10/2013 - Nearly 13percent of UAEs national workforce or at least 30,000 nationals are joining the employment market of the country annually, according to latest study by the Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA).
20/9/2013 - Employers in the UAE are still seeking to fill in vacant positions with expatriates, despite strong Emiratisation efforts by the Federal Government, shows latest study.