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UAE job seekers looking at these key industries, reveals new survey

The survey revealed that the UAE’s job market is seeing a growing demand for digital skills, with IT being considered the leading industry for potential growth

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Charging ahead: 63% of UAE residents want to drive EVs by 2025

The vast majority of UAE residents are keen to make the switch to electric vehicles sooner rather than later, according to a new survey.

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UAE’s top tourist attraction revealed

The destination holds twice the popularity compared to any other venue

Digital wallet

Did you know that over half of the UAE population use digital wallets?

The survey was commissioned by Checkout.com and conducted by YouGov, polling over a 1000 UAE residents during May 19 and May 24, 2022

UAE jobs: Banking, IT and marketing are most popular industries, reveals survey

The 2022 Top Industries in the MENA survey revealed 58 per cent of the UAE’s residents are satisfied with their work culture

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Dubai most preferred foreign investment location for Saudi home buyers – Knight Frank

The annual 2022 Saudi Residential Survey spoke to 55 HNWIs in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam

Over 90% of IT teams feel pressure to compromise security: Report

Securing the growing hybrid workplace presents exponential threat landscape

Nearly 90% of UAE customers are digital converts to e-commerce

As e-commerce continues to grow, customers are placing greater emphasis on the customer experience

Data and Analytics

Alteryx survey highlights the great data disconnect in the region

Despite data workers, specifically in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, possessing advanced and valuable data skills, businesses are failing to take advantage of this untapped resource

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What role do social media influencers play in the UAE in the current crisis?

The impact of Covid-19 on the influencer industry has been significant. Yet, some are adapting to the crisis to capitalise on a vast new captive audience