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Full time @Mahad Manpower in Business Management
  • 2nd Floor, Building No. 21-A, 902 Umm Garn, Muaither، Doha, Qatar View on Map
  • Post Date : August 20, 2021
  • Salary: $1,000.00 - $10,000.00 / Monthly
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  • Offered Salary 1000
  • Career Level Executive
  • Experience 6 Years
  • Gender Male
  • Industry Medical Health Care
  • Qualifications Diploma
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Oman Jobs

Oman Jobs Oman is a country with a high growth rate in the Arabian Peninsula. As Omanis continue to get richer, so does the need for more jobs. Oman is one of the most welcoming countries for expatriates and expatriates. The government of Oman has taken several steps to ensure this. They already have enough jobs for people living in Oman and, at the same time, open doors for those who wish to go here.

In 2018, Oman had an unemployment rate of 2%. The government also plans to create 100,000 new jobs by 2020. It enables future generations to taste what it feels like to be a part of a growing economy. Instead of going abroad searching for work, they stay in their own country, Oman, jobs in hotels.

Oman is an Arab country located on the coast of the Arabian Sea. The Sultanate of Oman has a population of 4 million people. The country’s official language is Arabic, but English because of its British patronage for almost 75 years. It borders Saudi Arabia to the north and Yemen to the south. It has a long coastline on the Persian Gulf.

Oman’s diverse geography ranges from the rugged mountain ranges in the Al Hajar Mountains to the sandy beaches of the Gulf of Oman. The Low Mountains of Oman formed 500 million years ago during the formation of Pangea. The volcano was of rock that had cooled into solid stone.

Job opportunities in Oman are plentiful, with an unemployment rate of only 1

The Sultanate of Oman is the only country in the Middle East to have a completely free and independent press.

With this new law, journalists are no longer required to seek permission from the authorities before publishing articles. They can now edit their printed material without informing any government agencies or officials. In addition, Omani journalists will be jailed for no more than three years or fined not more than 500 Omani Riyals (1,330 USD) if they are found guilty of defamation or libel.

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