Emirates airline is hiring administration, finance and accounting staff


Emirates airline is recruiting administration, finance and accounting professionals to meet staff needs for its fast expanding operations. The positions are based in Dubai. The candidates should possess at least one-years experience in office administration, finance, accounting, cashiering or a similar field. University degree is preferred for accounting positions, it said.

As part of our expansion plans we are currently looking for motivated individuals for a wide range of operational and support function roles across various departments. Our ideal candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and organisational skills as well as a keen eye for detail,” the airline said.

Interested candidates should apply for the jobs by using AA/RS/23703 as a reference number.

Visit Emirates247.com for more information.


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2013 is set to be another exciting year for job seekers in Dubai. As we have reported recently on dubaiemployments.com, the Dubai economy is booming and is set to grow at a faster rate than most of the world’s developed economies.

As well as this we are seeing increases in demand for staff in many areas of the Dubai economy, particularly the Finance and Accounting sector, which is predicted to have a boom in demand for talent this year. So, this means that 2013 isa  great year for Dubai professionals or even international candidates to find a new job in Dubai.

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Expo 2020 to create 280,000 UAE jobs from 2013-2021


Expo 2020 to create huge opportunities for UAE businesses across sectors

Winning the Expo 2020 bid will have far-reaching impact on Dubai’s economy, accelerating growth, creating jobs and boosting opportunities for the emirate’s main sectors with the legacy it will leave behind. The Expo is expected to contribute an increase of €28.8 billion to Dubai’s GDP and €17.7 billion (Dh86.2 billion) in added value to its economy, according to the Expo 2020 organisers.

280,000 new jobs

The international gathering will create approximately 280,000 jobs in Dubai from 2013 to 2021, with about 10 per cent of those jobs being available from 2013 to 2017, they said.

Dubai Industrial City, which is located next to the new Al Maktoum Airport, will target exhibitors and investors with its products, including warehousing and logistics solutions.

Please visit Gulfnews.com to read the press release in full.

Top 3 Reasons Dubai Professionals quit their jobs


Low salary tops list of reasons, a Bayt.com survey shows

According to a new survey published by regional jobs portal Bayt.com, low salary is the most compelling factor that sees employees switch jobs.

Not being paid enough is the primary main motivator for resigning. Almost half (45.2 per cent) of the respondents who participated in the survey cited financial insecurity, which derives out of low pay, as their primary reason for changing jobs.

Employees in the Middle East can expect an average 5.4 per cent raise in pay for 2013. Those working in the UAE can see a 5 per cent rise in their personal incomes this year, according to the latest total remuneration survey conducted by Mercer.

To read the press release in full, please click here.

UAE will grow faster than rest of world


The UAE economy is expected to grow 4 to 5 per cent economic this year, more than double the global economic growth rate, said Ronald Herman, CEO of Mubadala GE Capital (MGEC), a public joint stock company specialised in commercial financing solutions to a full range of commercial customers from Small and Medium enterprises (SMEs) to large corporations in all core industry segments.

In an interview with Gulf News, Herman said that he is optimistic about the UAE economy as it had shown resilience and rebounded from the 2008-2009 financial hardships. “A 4-5 per cent economic growth can be easily achieved in the UAE. I think it could be possible even higher. The UAE is going to have a good year because it has a safe and secure economy, tax rates are low. It is business friendly with very good governance and security, as well as excellent transportation and infrastructure.

To read the article in full, please click here.