After doing your homework on the current Dubai job market, it’s time to polish your resume and improve your chances of getting hired. On average, an employer spends around 6 seconds to skim through a resume. Try to include relevant information on your CV at the top so that you stand out from the crowd. 

After you’re done updating your CV, it’s time to start applying to find a job in Dubai. Several online job portals may help you find the right job placement in Dubai. LinkedIn, Bayt, Monster Gulf, and Naukri Gulf are among the best online resources to find a job in Dubai based on your experience, skills, and qualifications.

Don’t hesitate to also attend walk-in interviews. Areas like Business Bay are known to have companies that host several open days for walk-in interviews. While there are obviously specific requirements for each role, following some of the walk-in-interview tips can help if you are nervous about facing job interviews in Dubai.

Another important thing to do is networking. If you have been asking yourself ‘how do I get a job in Dubai’, it’s time you put the word out to friends, family and other people you meet in the city. They may know of job opportunities and can guide you in the right direction. 


source : bayut