Moving to Gulf – Bahrain

With its strategic location in the Northern Persian Gulf, a good infrastructure and a highly educated and skilled workforce, Bahrain has a successful history of business in the region.

The government has devised several strategies to make investing and working in Bahrain attractive to foreigners. Not only does it offer a liberal business environment and low operational costs to those working in Bahrain, but it also vies for 1st place in the Middle East in terms of quality of life.

Read more

Medical Licensing and Registration system in the GULF (United Arab Emirates)

Every country is different in rules and regulations and it is essential that you understand the licensing procedures followed in each country for the smooth functioning of the respective health care sector.Licensing applies for those who wish to work as physicians, dentists, nurses, midwives, allied health in private and government sectors.

Read more

Medical Licensing and Registration system in the GULF (Oman)

Every country is different in rules and regulations and it is essential that you understand the licensing procedures followed in each country for the smooth functioning of the respective health care sector.Licensing applies for those who wish to work as physicians, dentists, nurses, midwives, allied health in private and government sectors.

Read more

Medical Licensing and Registration system in the GULF (Qatar)

Every country is different in rules and regulations and it is essential that you understand the licensing procedures followed in each country for the smooth functioning of the respective health care sector.Licensing applies for those who wish to work as physicians, dentists, nurses, midwives, allied health in private and government sectors.

Read more

Medical Licensing and Registration system in the GULF (Bahrain)

Every country is different in rules and regulations and it is essential that you understand the licensing procedures followed in each country for the smooth functioning of the respective health care sector.Licensing applies for those who wish to work as physicians, dentists, nurses, midwives, allied health in private and government sectors.

Read more

Moving to Gulf – Oman

Unlike the oil giants of the Gulf region, Oman chose to exploit its petroleum reserves carefully. The result of such strategy is stable economic situation of the country and balance between its culture and modernity. It’s a place where you can find both traditional markets or incense farms and luxurious hotels or shopping centers. Oman is also a perfect place for nature admirers as there is sea with beautiful sandy beaches, stunning deserts and mountains.

Read more

Career Rescue: The most important 6 seconds in your job search

Job searching continues to change. It’s much different today than when you first started your career, and capturing attention quickly plays a big part in your success. Without a good communication strategy in place your career transition may last longer than expected, leading to one of the reasons why senior candidates get discouraged with their efforts.

According to a recent study by The Ladders, a career network for job candidates, the time recruiters spend reviewing resumes confirms what many candidates have suspected all along — a short attention span.

Read more

Dubai among world’s top cities for high salary, disposable income after rent


Dubai: Dubai remains one of the world’s best places to go for people looking to boost their income and enjoy a better lifestyle.

The emirate has been listed among the world’s top cities for high monthly salary and disposable income in the Deutsche Bank’s Mapping the World’s Prices 2019 survey.

The emirate’s quality of life has also been rated higher compared to a number of European, US and Asian cities. And what’s more, the cost of goods and services, such as buying a new iPhone or renting a car, also comes out cheaper in Dubai.
Read more

9 Arabic words you should learn when you visit Dubai

The UAE is one of the most demographically diverse countries in the world, and people from across the globe come to UAE to work, study, or enjoy a vacation.

While English, Urdu, Hindi and Malayalam are widely spoken in the country, it’s always good to learn some Arabic words, given the country’s vast Arab population.

UAE citizens have their own collection of words that have evolved to be different from the original Arabic words. Here are nince important, yet different, Arabic words that you should know. Read more

We use cookies to ensure the best functioning of the website and personalization and targeting of ads in order to optimally adjust their content to the expectations and needs of recipients. By agreeing to the use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.