Working in Dubai
Dubai is heading for a potentially blockbuster year for the economy. The Emirate's growth slowed under the impact of the global financial crisis, but strong statistical evidences are mounting that Dubai's economic engine is once again firing on all six of its growthdriving cylinders. Dubai's diversified economy is powered by a number of sectors, including real estate, logistics, trade, tourism, manufacturing, and the financial services sector. 2012 is barely a quarter old, but Dubai is already showing some very favorable signs: positive numbers on the corporate income, trade, and tourism front, plus huge improvements in investor sentiment, visible in the Emirate's stock market index and property prices.
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Given the great opportunities for employment in this developing region, it is not surprising that many graduates choose to stay in the region after graduation. Not only can they take advantage of a first-class standard of living, they can also do it with relative ease because getting a work permit is quite straightforward in Dubai. Your employer will process a working visa once you have agreed on your contract terms. Typically, working visas are for three years, although they will be cancelled once you finish working with your sponsor company.
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