Why Work in Dubai?
Hi, Sunil here with an article on why work in Dubai?
Fatima does not have a very good command of the English language and requested that I tweak her article to sound appropriate grammatically and so that it is easy to read.
Numero Uno # 1 - Tax Free IncomeFree income (unearned) is considered Haram, or forbidden in the Arab world. You or your companys earnings will not be taxed in Dubai. Not only that, you do not pay property tax either.
#2 - Excellent PerksIn addition to a 30 day paid leave (exclusive of holidays), employers in Dubai are known to give generous total compensation packages including insurance, airfare tickets, housing allowance, vehicle and petrol allowance, tuition for kids. Read more about the extra benefits of working in Dubai here.
#3 - Working with the BestWhether it is equipment, facilities or people, Dubai has the best. The employers pay top dollar to bring the best equipment and people to Dubai. A lot of money is spent in building the best facilities to house those people and equipment. You are surely to gain a lot from your experience working in Dubai.
#4 - International ExperienceEmployers all around the world love International work experience. It shows flexibility, ability to adapt to change (new environment) and perceived to provide a fresh perspective on looking into business from a different perspective. No matter where you go for work, your experience in Dubai will help you greatly.
#5 - AdvancementFor the same reason as #4 above, your experience in Dubai will help you get ahead in your company faster. If you are from a country like American, coming to Dubai will mean a higher salary and a much better position. You can expedite your career path by taking up a job opportunity in Dubai.
#6 - Beautiful Weather and EnvironmentIt is always summer in Dubai. 9 out of 12 months are absolutely gorgeous, with the remaining three very hot. The good news is that every place you go to in Dubai will have their air conditioners on, so that is not a problem.
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