Average salary across all countries, positions and racial groups in our list rose 7.88 per cent in the last year.
Arab expat salaries rose the least among racial groups, up 4.69 per cent year-on-year, on the Gulf Business 2015 Salary Survey.
The Gulf Business 2015 Salary Survey found that salaries for Western expatriates in the GCC grew almost 10 per cent last year.
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.
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.
The Gulf Business 2014 Salary Survey found that there has been an influx of well-qualified Arab expats into the GCC in the last year.
Qatar maintained its position as the GCC’s second highest paying nation in the 2014 Gulf Business Salary survey.
The Gulf Business 2013 Salary Survey found that Arab GCC expats earn less than their Western peers but more than their Asian counterparts.
The Gulf Business 2013 Salary Survey found that Western expatriates earn the heftiest pay packages in the GCC.
About 70 per cent of companies in the GCC are also planning to increase headcount next year, says new survey.
With a tightening global job market, the Gulf has become an attractive region for expatriates from all over the world. But your location and nationality can determine what you earn in the Gulf.