Average wages earned by Arab expats across all the positions fell by 0.08 per cent, finds 2017 Gulf Business salary survey
Average wages earned by Western expats across all the positions rose 0.22 per cent, finds 2017 Gulf Business salary survey
The UAE’s economic diversification, smart city vision and political stability have all helped fuel the job market, says analyst
Arab expat salaries rose the least among racial groups, up 4.69 per cent year-on-year, on the Gulf Business 2015 Salary Survey.
Average wages earned by Asian expats across all the positions rose 9.74 per cent, found the Gulf Business 2015 Salary Survey.
Overall, salaries in the UAE have risen by 9.97 per cent year-on-year to around $11,224 per month, finds 2015 Gulf Business salary survey.
Significant pay increases at C-level were among the factors driving overall salaries up over the last year, according to the Gulf Business 2015 Salary Survey.
Niche skill sets and specific areas of expertise will shape the demand for a particular cadre of executive talent.
Job opportunities in the hospitality sector have increased due to the growing number of hotel projects in the region.
Despite a closing of the gap between Western and Arab salaries in 2014, average wages have declined overall.
The Gulf Business 2014 Salary Survey found that salaries for Western expatriates in the GCC fell steeply last year.