Survey: Qatar firms more keen to hire employees in coming quarter
Qatar’s job market appears to be gaining strength, with more than 40 percent of employers recently surveyed saying they definitely planned to hire more staff in the coming three months.
According to the latest edition of the Middle East and North Africa Job Index Survey, conducted by recruitment agency Bayt.com and polling agency YouGov, nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of firms in Qatar said they would be taking on new employees, with 44 percent “definitely” hiring and 18 percent probably hiring.
The responses were more favorable now than than in August, when some 37 percent of firms said they would definitely be taking on new staff in the final quarter of 2014.
While Qatar’s showing is strong, Oman is leading the pack in the GCC, with 46 percent of firms there saying they were definitely hiring in the coming months. A further 23 percent said they were “probably” recruiting, with a total of 69 percent of companies planning to recruit during this quarter.
Across the GCC, just over a third (37 percent) of firms said they would take on new staff in the next few months.
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Source News: Doha News