No jobs for freshers

It depends. I’m 21 and I have three years working experience in UAE.

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Published: Fri 22 May 2015, 10:46 PM

Last updated: Thu 25 Jun 2015, 9:49 PM

It depends how badly you want to work and once you aim high, then its not that hard to get a job.

Ali Siddiqui,
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• All freshers are forced to accept sales and marketing jobs. Some of my friends are stuck in the same boat — telesales, door-to-door credit card sellers, annual maintenance contractors and telecom packages sellers. Many sales guys disturb us by entering offices without appointments. I feel sad for them when these freshers reveal their sales targets and are forced to accept their offers because there is no other option.

The main problem in the present recruitment system is that several volleyball experts are forced to play snooker

Navid Khan,

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• They are all expats or kids of expats. What they need to do is to go back to their home countries and get real experience. Once they have 2 to 3 years experience under their belts, they can return and get a good job in the Dubai market.

Baber Khairi,

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• Education is everything in today’s world and education must be made mandatory for all people. Education is a strategic weapon. The UAE has excellent opportunities to compete globally and that’s because of its high standards of education.

Mohammed Qayyum,

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