Global engineering and sales talent targeting UAE
There has been a 13% increase in job applications received in the second quarter of the year, as compared to the start of 2015, according to Dulsco
Dulsco, a UAE-based human resource and waste management service firm, recently released figures recording an influx of global sales and engineering graduates flocking to the UAE.
According to the figures produced by Dulsco HR team, there has been a 13% increase in job applications received in the second quarter of the year, as compared to the start of 2015.
S.Balakumar, managing director of Dulsco, said: “UAE economy is steadily accelerating. The government has been relentlessly striving to ensure better standards of living for its residents and tourists and providing the best business environments.”
“The country provides a safe productive and supportive ambience which aids in enhancing the lifestyle of the residents and is a classic example for the visitors. The country has generated more jobs and business opportunities that will support the nation’s GDP in the near future.”
The recent spurt of economic growth of UAE stems from key government economic policies and smart infrastructure investments. In particular, the aviation industry is expected to contribute 32% to Dubai’s GDP by 2020. Furthermore, the Expo 2020 event is expected to generate thousands of job opportunities, while simultaneously attraction more than 25mn tourists.
“The increase in the number of CVs that we have received is a key indicator that prospective candidates are on a look out for Dubai as a preferred place to work. Dubai is rated as one of the best places to live and work. The candidates have applied from countries such as Kuwait, Ghana, Qatar, India, UAE, Sri Lanka, Saudi, Canada, Tunisia, Australia, UK, Pakistan, Jordan, Indonesia, Egypt, Czech Republic, Netherlands, France, Bahrain and Malaysia,” added Balakumar.