More younger expats drawn to Middle East
- Middle East: Wednesday, October 31 - 2012 at 02:31
A survey by HSBC has found that the Middle East is regarded by expatriates as having a positive economic outlook and providing opportunities for younger career-orientated people. While expats around the world are continuing to feel the economic strain, those in the Middle East remain relatively positive about the state of their local economy, the data showed. Some 90% of expats in Oman, 89% in Qatar and 83% in Saudi Arabia report a much higher satisfaction level with the state of their current economy than expats across the world with an average of 59%. Across the Middle East, expats are drawn to the countries for job opportunities, with this being the key driver for expats heading to Qatar (77%), Saudi Arabia (76%), Bahrain (74%) and the UAE (65%), the HSBC Expat Explorer survey said.
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