Job Situation in the Recession - April 2009
April 26, 2009
This comprehensive Middle East HR research report, based on reactions of Jobseekers in all industries & career levels across the Middle East & North Africa, aims to understand how the current recession is affecting people’s professional and to some extent personal lives across the Middle East & North Africa. Professionals holding jobs in UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt & North Africa were surveyed for their reactions to the current economic scenario in the Middle East.
The 2009 Job Situation in the Recession HR Survey aims to provide clarity to both JobSeekers and employers vis-a-vis the general Middle East job market, in the current economic and employment scenario. By surveying tens of thousands of JobSeekers in the Middle East including JobSeekers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Morrocco and other Middle East and North Africa economic hubs and employment centres, it sheds light on key issues pertaning to employment opportunities, job concerns, hiring and firing activity, salary levels, career optimism and personal financial conditions across the Middle East and North Africa.
This HR Research Survey is an indispensible guide to HR stakeholders in the region and all JobSeekers and Employers looking for pertinent, timely and comprehensive data on the current employement marketplace in the Middle East.
Respondents' Profile: Professionals holding jobs in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, KSA, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa at all career levels and across all industries were included in this Middle East HR Research Survey including professionals holding jobs in banking, financial services, IT, engineering, architecture, human resources, media, advertising, marketing, sales, government, consulting, publishing and other key employment sectors in the Middle East.
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