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Monster Employment Index registers 4% slump in online job opportunities in April as Gulf economies slow
Jobs firm Monster says demand for healthcare professionals in the UAE rises by 66% so far this year
Monster Employment Index reveals 10% rise in online job opportunities with healthcare sector driving growth
Recruitment firm Monster says slowdown reflects impact of low oil prices on regional economies
Recruitment firm Monster says slowdown is in line with impact of low oil prices on regional economies
New survey by Monster says career advancement opportunities and job security are more important than salary
The emirates was the only country in the Middle East survey to see a fall in job ads during October
New Monster Employment Index says UAE has seen 26% annual growth while Qatar sees fall in opportunities
Despite increased violence, Egypt reported a surge in online job offers - survey
Saudi Arabia had the most offers, while opportunities in Oman declined
Monster Employment Index also says banking sector shows largest growth in job activity
Monster Employment Index also shows 36% rise in UAE while Oman jobs slump 12%
Gulf kingdom sees 52% jump in recruitment activity, according to Monster Worldwide
Monster Worldwide says region saw 14% rise in recruitment activity as Bahrain emerged from unrest
Monster's recruitment index shows 8% rise in activity in June; banking, finance sector fastest growing
Online jobs giant says index for region fell last month but Saudi Arabia leads growth since Nov 2010
Employment specialists said that compared to last year’s numbers, job growth looked strong in the UAE, Saudi and Qatar
Poll reveals 32% think market is stagnant, 31% say situation is worse now.
Employers in finance, construction and hospitality sectors starting to hire again, says agency.
Monster says number of opportunities in region was up 18% compared to previous month.
Latest data from online jobs giant shows only Oman recruitment activity down 18% on Oct 2010
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Monster’s monthly employment index reveals increases in sales, HR and engineering listings
Dubai loves being the centre of attention and by 2010 it will be making an exhibition of itself.
Growth comes despite significant downturns in UAE and Saudi job markets, says Monster
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