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Relocating to the UAE

13-01-2020
If you are thinking about making the UAE your home to live and work this year, then you may have some questions about the lifestyle there.We caught up with Mario, our Head of Recruitment (a British Citizen) about his experience living in Dubai.

“I have lived in Dubai for a number of years now, and have absolutely loved my time here. I have always felt safe and welcomed and it is a fantastic place to work. There are so many great opportunities and incredible financial rewards for working here.

“It is also a wonderful place to raise a family, and the schools here are excellent. If you are looking to make a change to your life, be it short-term or long-term, then the UAE really is the land of opportunity.”

Mario also addressed how escalating tensions in the region would impact the UAE. “Historically, the UAE has remained mostly unaffected by previous conflicts, and when it has been involved it has always been on the side of NATO, the US and the UK. This in turn affords the UAE heightened protection from its allies. However, as with all major cities, you should always remain vigilant and none of us can predict what the future holds. If you are worried, then I would always advise you to check with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (or your country’s equivalent) and see what their travel advice is.”

If you would like to know more about the realities of living and working in the UAE, you can arrange a one-on-one in-depth call with Mario here.

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UAE Office
Creative City
Fujairah Creative Tower
PO Box 392269

UAE Working Hours: Sunday - Thursday 9.00am - 5.30pm
Closed: Friday and Saturday
Tel: +971 4 311 6501
Fax: +971 4 332 8810

General Queries: info@doctorsindubai.ae


UK Office
Kemp House
160 City Road
London EC1V 2NX

UK Working Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.30pm
Closed: Saturday and Sunday
Tel: +44 203 476 5653

General Queries: info@doctorsindubai.ae