A recruiters view on relocating to Dubai (The Job)

The Job

What do you want to do? Ideally you will use the skills you already have but just in a different environment. Selling in Dubai is very different to the UK. If you are not prepared to do a particular role here, you will not do it there either. Always remember, you are going there to work, not for a holiday.

Do your research into the company. Speak to people who work there. How much does the Recruiter know about the company and role? If they seem vague this basically means that they have no idea and could not care whether you like it or not. Always ensure you are speaking to a Recruiter who has considerable knowledge. After all, you are planning to move 3500 miles away.

Can you live on the salary? What about commission, benefits, holidays etc. Have you looked into the labour law?

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5 Responses to “A recruiters view on relocating to Dubai (The Job)”

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  3. Sanjay Says:

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  4. munir Says:

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