Thinking of moving to Dubai?

It's a great time for finance professionals who are considering moving to the Middle East, with the region currently experiencing a strong job market and starting salaries continuing to see large gains.

As the region starts to implement VAT, undergo finance automation and digital transformation programmes, the demand for skilled professionals remains high. Many roles are in increased demand, and expatriate recruitment remains a priority for executives in the Middle East. Our Salary Guide explores the key roles growing in demand within the region for the coming year.

One of the key benefits for many expatriates is earning a tax-free income and enjoying the multicultural lifestyle. With Dubai hosting the Expo 2020, it continues to grow on the international stage, offering opportunities for professionals to develop their careers with local businesses through to multinational corporations.

At Robert Half, we work with some of the top companies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi (amongst others) and have a wide array of permanent job opportunities available in accounting and finance, financial services, technology, human resources, legal and business support.

Relocating to Dubai or Abu Dhabi is a big decision. If you’re considering moving to UAE, why not have a look at the roles we currently have available to find the perfect fit for you. Apply for positions now to give yourself the best head-start for your job search.


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Working in the Middle East

Living and working in the Middle East is an unforgettable experience, with the UAE having recently been named in the top 10 locations for expats according to HSBC.

Want to work in Dubai or Abu Dhabi? To find out a bit more about the practicalities of relocating to UAE – the following sites provide some useful information:

2019 Salary Guide

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