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The types of jobs in Abu Dhabi are broad and vary depending on your training and level of expertise. The big employment industries tend to be Construction, Finance, Exploration and Hospitality. Despite the oil price slowdown, there are still a large number of job opportunities in Abu Dhabi with many sectors struggling to meet the demand for top class employees.
Before getting to UAE for a job, job seekers need to get their academic and professional certificates ready. Once a job is availed, the candidates will be required to provide an attested degree certificate to get a proper work visa. If the certificate is not attested, candidates will be getting a sales visa, which they need to change to their proper designation once they get the certificates attested.
When you are negotiating a job offer with an employer there will be a number of benefits which need to be raised as part of your discussion.
The following should be discussed.
• Annual housing allowance
• Relocation costs
• Health insurance
• School fees if applicable
• Annual flights home
• What currency you will be paid in
Private recruitment agencies in Abu Dhabi which specialize in recruiting international personnel are an alternative to the traditional job search. Here, applicants submit their documents via email and will be contacted for an interview when the agency has found a suitable job opening. The recruitment agency charges companies a fee for the successful placement of a candidate. For applicants, however, the service should be free of charge.