The United Arab Emirates (photo) offer a wide range of vacancies in many different economic sectors. The country is one of the largest producers and exporters of oil. The UAE in recent years are turning to new resources such as ports, new technologies and especially the luxury tourism.
Thus, the banking, manufacturing and real estate have grown considerably, and created a lot of work, including Dubai.
Similarly, through its ports, airports, reliable banking system and its highly efficient means of communication, the country is now one of the most important business centers in Dubai and the Gulf is the economic capital. Tourism is also booming, and it employs more workers each year. Dubai is also the re-export center in the region.
In the UAE, the job market is very competitive, very open and cosmopolitan. The labor market is rather Anglo-Saxon in nature with strong rotations. We can change jobs frequently, but hiring is facilitated breaches of contract without notice are also very frequent.
Clensy Appavoo, president of the Mauritius Employers' Federation (MEF), emphasizes that this will be opportunities for young graduates aged Mauritian 16 to 24 years of which 8600 are unemployed. Seetohul Roshan, president of the Outsourcing and Telecommunications Association of Mauritius (OTAM), shares the same opinion. He added that a possible migration of "brains" Mauritian the program could result should not be too experienced in the sector of Information technology and communication (ICT) and outsourcing (BPO).