Job seekers without prior related work experience are often hired to start out as trainees. Besides positions in the hospitality industry, clerical office work also presents opportunities for freshers, e.g. courier, receptionist, etc.
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Dubai, UAE (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
“Working abroad could bring forth disastrous results for the naive and gullible. There are recruiters out there that operate in less than legit circumstances,” warns Recruitment Village, a Dubai-based CV database for hiring managers, HR directors, and recruiting agencies and free jobs resources for job seekers. Recruitment Village also adds that job seekers should make sure that they enlist with a reputable recruitment agency to avoid a “miserable and dangerous situation.”
Of course, such unseemly prospects should not deter people looking for employment in the UAE. Especially since the region’s rich oil, construction, and hospitality industries are creating massive job opportunities. There are even desirable jobs in UAE for freshers, or those who have yet to acquire employment experience. In an effort to help freshers gain the information they need, Recruitment Village recently shared valuable tips on applying for job vacancies in the UAE, particularly in Dubai.
According to Recruitment Village, “When you’re traveling abroad for a vacation, it is highly likely that you invest a great amount of time to know more about the country you are visiting and which sites you should visit. When you are considering working abroad, you should apply the same amount of effort, if not more, in knowing about the country’s economy, politics and culture.”
Even with the Web offering a world of information, Recruitment Village still finds that some aspects of certain cultures will “remain pronounced.” The comprehensive jobs database remarks, “By knowing such factors beforehand, you can decide better whether you’ll accept a job in Dubai or not.”
Recruitment Village encourages job seekers to know more about Dubai or other cities in the UAE, through a friend or relative’s personal experience or through someone who has actually spent time in the foreign city. Learn about its politics, its economy, and most especially any customs or traditions when engaging people in the workplace.
When dealing with top recruiters in Dubai, job seekers are also advised to know the requirements for obtaining work visas and other pertinent permits beforehand. Recruitment Village says that having this information can make one’s move to Dubai and other locations in the UAE much faster.
While there are enormous employment opportunities in the UAE, Recruitment Village points out that job seekers from other countries should discover which skills and qualifications are in great demand. This is key to determining whether one applicant’s employment history or one fresher’s educational background would fare well in the current UAE job market.
Recruitment Village has this to say about opportunities for freshers, “Job seekers without prior related work experience are often hired to start out as trainees. Besides positions in the hospitality industry, clerical office work also presents opportunities for freshers, e.g. courier, receptionist, etc. Other industries, such as IT and health care, may welcome officially trained and credentialed fresh graduates with no prior work experience.”
From discovering which industries and which professions are in great demand, Recruitment Village says job seekers can then make their application distinctive from all the other applications. Whether dealing directly with employers or with a reputable recruitment agency, freshers are advised to make proper preparations for the first interview in order to make a good first impression. Most Dubai recruitment agencies list potential employees for top companies when the job seeker has given an impressive interview, on the phone or online.
Recruitment Village notes, “There are people who are leery of working in the Middle East for fear of their religious freedom being curtailed, but the UAE is known for religious tolerance. Other perks that work in the country’s favor are the lax foreign exchange laws, the relative ease of getting a visa, the low taxation, and the fact that English is used extensively.”
Indeed, from great employment opportunities for freshers in most industries to access to attractive perks like low taxation, the UAE offers a favorable future for the job seeker — even for those without previous work experience. To get more information on UAE jobs and how to land one, explore the Recruitment Village today.