Qatar is considered to be one of the richest countries in the Middle East. After oil and gas resources were discovered, the country witnessed tremendous growth and development. The country implements well-planned economic strategies and lays special emphasis on the infrastructure. The Qatari government has been driving various initiatives to improve the overall economic development of the country which in turn is resulting in improved career prospects for professionals.
The country has been making steady efforts to reduce its dependence on the oil and gas sector by making investments in other sectors such as real estate, construction, hospitality, entertainment, etc. The recent example is that of the Mall of Qatar which opened doors in December last year resulting in increased demand for human resources across various industries such as retail, food and beverage, entertainment, and hospitality. We can expect the same from the opening of Doha Festival City, one of Qatar’s biggest malls, which is slated to go live soon in the month of April this year.
Knowing people in Qatar will help you land a job faster. Reach out to people in your network be it friends, relatives, or colleagues, and spread the word that you are looking for a job. Somebody will definitely come forward to help you out. Also, don’t hesitate to simply walk into an office and ask directly about job openings. Drop your CV at as many places as possible to maximize your chances of getting called for an interview.

  • Contact Information: Relevant personal contact information at the top of the page including name, phone number, fax number, address, and email address.
  • Professional Experience: Usually this information is listed chronologically, with your most recent experience first. List your work experience with your title, the name of the company you worked for, the dates of your employment, and a brief description of your achievements in that job
  • Education: Should include information from higher education, such as any college experience. Note specialties and degrees. This section should come before work experience if you are in school or have been out of school for one to three years, depending on your level of work experience and how relevant your education is to your career. List your most recent educational experience first.
  • Certificates & Diplomas: Courses, seminars, congresses, or conferences that are relevant in relation to the position. Note if you received any special honors.
  • Languages: This is extremely relevant to an international job. List which languages you speak and your level: advanced, intermediate, or beginner. If you aren't sure how to accurately describe your language level, see the EU's language levels self-assessment guide. 

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