Why is it profitable to work in the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain or Oman?!

You have often thought of moving to another country to work there, but at the same time, there were a lot of questions that you could not or did not want to find answers to. These questions are related to the search for a decent employer, the process of preparing all the documents for moving, adaptation in a new environment, a language barrier and others. Of course, moving to an unfamiliar country requires a serious study and approach.

Perhaps, you considered the UAE or another country in the Persian Gulf as one of the possible options. In order to dispel your doubts about moving to the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain or Oman to get a legal job, the following information is provided, which will help you make the right decision!

The financial matter is of primary concern to everyone. Below, it is a table with a comparison of monthly incomes and expenses in Ukraine (Kiev) and the UAE (the emirate of Dubai). The position is “Waiter in the restaurant”.

Name of average incomes/expenses per month Amount, UAH
(including living in own apartment)
Amount, UAH
(including living in a rented apartment)
Amount, UAH
(working in the UAE)
1 Average monthly salary of a waiter (including rate, tips and bonuses) 10 000 ** 10 000 ** 16 200 ***
2 Rent of apartment (without utility expenses) 0 3 500 0
3 Payment for utility services (water, gas, electricity, heating, telephone, TV, Internet) 600 600 0
4 Payment for fares (14 UAH/day, taking into account the use of 2 types of transport for 20 working days) 280 280 0
5 Meals (80 UAH/day for 30 days) 2 400 2 400 0
6 Clothing (approximately) 1 000 1 000 2 000
7 Mobile communication 70 70 300
8 Other expenses 800 800 1 500
TOTAL EXPENSES 5 150 8 650 3 800
BALANCE at the beginning of month, UAH 4 850 1 350 12 400
BALANCE at the beginning of month, USD (rate is 27 UAH/1 USD) $ 180 $ 50 $ 459
* The table shows average or below average expenses taken from open sources.

** The basic average rate of a waiter in a restaurant of Kiev is 7000-8000 UAH, in addition, there is an income from tips (bonuses are often absent). For calculation, the total income of 10000 UAH is taken.

*** The basic average rate of a waiter in a restaurant at a hotel in the UAE is 400-500 USD, in addition, there is an income from tips, as well as bonuses. The table shows the total average salary (rate, tips, bonuses) in the amount of 600 USD (16200 UAH at the rate of 27 UAH/1 USD).

Thus, if you work as a waiter in Dubai (UAE), you can save about 459 USD per month, which makes more than 5,500 USD per 1 year, while in Ukraine it's much less!!!

10 good reasons to get official work in the Emirates!

  • 1. The UAE is a country where new hotels are opened every month.
  • 2. According to the study of the World Tourism Organization, the UAE is the most fast-growing tourist market in the world.
  • 3. Constant shortage of personnel in the hotel and restaurant industry.
  • 4. The UAE has unique opportunities to start and continue a career.
  • 5. The UAE has the largest number of the world’s brand hotels.
  • 6. It is easy to adapt to live in the UAE, as today more than 12 million of foreigners officially reside in the country, which is almost 74% of the total number of all residents.
  • 7. The United Arab Emirates is a modern highly developed country. It occupies one of the leading places in the world by the level of annual income per capita, which is more than 17 thousand dollars. Today, the UAE has more than 80,000 millionaires.
  • 8. Tourism income takes one of the first places in the UAE economy.
  • 9. Constant growth of the UAE popularity among residents of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus as a country for recreation at any time of the year.
  • 10. Comfortable and friendly working conditions!

Employers offer very good working conditions in the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman:

  • official work contract;
  • competitive salary (depending on the experience. In addition, there are tips);
  • bonuses for services;
  • negotiated working week (48 working hours per week, 6 working days);
  • employment visa at the expense of the employer;
  • round-trip ticket at the expense of the employer;
  • paid accommodation, meals, transport to and from work;
  • medical insurance;
  • free personnel training;
  • possibility of professional and career development.

And finally!

According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine (ukrstat.gov.ua):

  • 85%

    More than 85% of Ukrainians receive less than 3500 UAH. income per month.

  • 40%

    40% of the Ukrainian population's income is in the shadow.

  • 70%

    More than 70% of spending on Ukrainians goes to survival (food, communal, transport and clothing).

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