Labor market regulation in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has begun large-scale foreign labor imports in the 1970s. Whereas the public sector now is largely Saudiized, attempts to nationalize the private labor market, although official policy since at least the early 1980s, have made little headway. Throughout booms and busts, dependency on foreign labor has remained high.

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The situation of immigrant workers in the United Arab Emirates

Over the past few decades, the United Arab Emirates (UAE)—one of the world’s pre-eminent oil-rich nations located in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region—has become a popular destination for temporary labor migrants seeking employment opportunities and higher standards of living.

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Why should you choose Vietnam labor force?



Youth is outstanding characteristic, potential of Vietnam’s human resources. Those aged 21 to 34 already make up around 24% of the population. This is the age which is healthiest, learning better and working more effective.

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