The Bayt.com Internet Usage in the Middle East Survey- September 2011
September 18, 2011
The Internet Usage in the Middle East Survey is conducted to gauge internet usage habits and attitudes regarding the internet among professionals and job seekers across the Middle East and North Africa region. Key issues pertinent to frequency and reasons for using the internet as well as attitudes towards online payments, online learning, online research and online social networking were addressed-
in order to understand the impact the internet has had and continues to have on a personal as well as professional level across the Middle East and North Africa.
This Middle East HR Survey encompassed professionals in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, KSA, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and more. The data was collected online between 1st August to 24th August 2011 with 8,981 respondents.
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