The 10 best hotel companies to work for in the GCC

Find out which top ten hotel brands professionals voted for in the annual Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016
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Nearly half of the respondents (46.2%) chose Four Seasons hotels as their employer of choice.
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38.3% of respondents indicated they would work for Marriott International.
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Jumeirah Group is first of the home-grown hoteliers to feature on the list, coming in at number three (31.6%) as the company of choice to work for.
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Ritz-Carlton, with 25.7% of votes, are number four in the list.
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Starwood's portfolio of hotels stands at number five with just over 25% of the respondents expressing their interest to work for the hotelier.
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Close on Starwood's heals is Hilton with 24.1% of the choices coming in favour of working for Hilton Worldwide's regional properties.
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Fairmont Raffles Hotels International (FRHI) has 21.3% votes as an employer of choice.
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The only other home-grown hotelier in the list, Emaar Hospitality Group, garnered 19.4% of the respondents' votes as a company of choice.
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Hyatt Hotels are the ninth most desirable hotelier to work for in the Hotelier Middle East 2016 Salary Survey getting the attention of 19% of respondents.
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Finally, rounding off the list is InterContinental Group who also caught the attention of 19% of the choices from respondents.