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The Bayt.com Middle East Job Index Survey - January 2010

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February 14, 2010

The Middle East Jobs Index Survey (JI) is conducted to gauge perceptions of job availability and hiring, to identify job trends and to provide an understanding of the key skill sets and qualifications required in the Middle East job market. This Jobs Index is the first Jobs Index of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa region and the region's definitive benchmark guide to who is hiring, when they are hiring and what positions employers are looking to fill over a 3 & 12 month time period.

Data for the January 2010 Jobs Index was collected online between 4 and 30 January 2010, with 3,942 respondents from the UAE, KSA, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Pakistan.

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1. Wael Al Jada'anمجرد تأمين خدمة التقارير البحثية في بيت. كوم في نظري انها تعني الشيء الكثير ... فالمصداقية التي تعودنا عليها من هذا الموقع والواقعية في التعامل والجدية في الطرح تجعلنا نمعن النظر في كل حرف يدور في فلك الموقع . هذا ليس تعليق على المحتوى وانما ابداء اعجاب على الدلالة ولنا عودة في صفحات التقارير لنستجم في ثنايا مواضيعها بيت . كوم الى الأمام
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