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The Bayt.com Survey - Surviving The Recession - July 2009

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July 20, 2009

This research was conducted to gauge consumer opinions on their struggles, habits & lifestyles during the challenging current period of economic recession in the Middle East.
Key issues pertinent to lifestyle and spending habits were addressed to understand the impact the recession has had on a personal level and how it has challenged and changed consumer spending and saving habits in the Middle East. The HR Survey encompassed professionals in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, KSA, Jordan, Lebanon etc.

This HR Research Survey is an indispensible guide to HR stakeholders in the Middle East as well as all Middle East JobSeekers and Employers looking for pertinent, timely and comprehensive data on changing economic conditions in the Middle East. It is also invaluable as a reference for industry practitioners in all industries in the Middle East as they study how changing economic conditions currently affect and will continue to affect consumption, investment and work habits in the region. Industry stakeholders looking to forecast spending and consumption habits for their own industry will find this comprehensive Middle East HR Survey particularly helpful especially given the very broad cross-section of Middle East professionals surveyed, professionals that represent practically every industry, career level, demographic, psychographic and job role.

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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Reader's Comments

1. Mohammed Al AzzehAn excellent and most comprehensive report! It is important that employers make use of this report and its findings and how it could impact their employees and hiring decisions. particular. . . Is it possible to use this report or some of its components for studies or presentations within our businesses/ companies? Thank you Mohammed Al Azzeh HRD/ Supervisor
Mon 27-Jul-2009 08:53 AM - Report Inappropriate Comment
2. Tajeslir AbduIts comprehensive study which gives good indication of prevailing recession which effected our life as expatriates living a way from our home country. Thanks to Bayt.com staff for this excellent efforts.
Sun 26-Jul-2009 14:20 PM - Report Inappropriate Comment
3. Yousef Al-MahfouzThis Middle East HR Research Survey on global economic recession in the Middle East Region and how it has impacted consumers spends & savings was excellent and the comprehensive data shows that there are a struggling for both, the Job seekers and Employers. Thanks Bayt.
Sun 26-Jul-2009 12:58 PM - Report Inappropriate Comment
4. عبدالله بن سفيــانThanks for everybody
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5. K. Thomas RajanThanks and it is very good
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6. حسين الشخلThanks for everybody
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7. mostafa abd al monemvery very good
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