Saida Online Magazine



We've all been there. It's a beautiful day, and you can't bear the thought of going into work. So you call in with some excuse about feeling ill, but you know in your bones that your boss doesn't buy it.

While over 200 million people have LinkedIn profiles across the world, many are not actively involved with LinkedIn on a regular basis. Many profiles are lacking professional information, profile images, recommendations, and regular updates.

Emirati graduates in the UAE prefer working in the private sector and seek a pay of up to AED27,000 for their first job, a new study has revealed.

Do a quick search on Facebook, and you're sure to find job talk. A friend who got laid off. A family member turned down for a promotion. Or an old high-school pal celebrating their dream job.

See how three people are changing careers in their 20's, 30's, and 40's.

Recruiters see numerous unremarkable applications. You can stand out from the crowd by using direct, positive and appropriate language.

Most LinkedIn users probably know they can use the website to connect with professional acquaintances and view job listings, but the social network offers many other tools that job hunters can use to get ahead in their careers that they might not be aware of.

You can help make the job you want happen. The key is believing in you. Plant your feet firmly on the path to the job you desire. Take the time to free yourself of the shackles of doubt so you can see yourself in the most positive accurate way. Confidence is what allows you to see the asset you are.

Sending out resumes and not getting any job offers? Maybe it's not you it could be your resume that's stopping employers from calling you. Turn your resume from "meh" to marvelous in five easy steps.

Saudi Arabias financial situation is stable and is the best place for seeking jobs, according to a consumer confidence survey conducted by in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

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