Have you just graduated and want to settle down in Gulf? Read the tips to get success

jobs in Gulf
jobs in Gulf
With the onset of the second half of 2018, most of the fresher have started their job search while others would have been continuing their job search. While there are some graduates who wish to make their career in the Gulf. The gulf is one of the favorite destinations among expats for offering exciting career opportunities to the job seekers. As the region has very good GDP this, in turn, attracts a large number of MNCs to open their branches in the region. The region has some of the well renowned MNCs and due to its high GDP rate, is attracting various companies to open their branches in the various Gulf regions. And this, in turn, increases employment opportunities in Gulf.
Getting a job, especially as a fresher is one of the most tedious and hectic things to accomplish. How can you get experience when you have just recently graduated? If there is a gap between your study and your first job, the case is fairly understood. But it is impossible when you are just a fresher as you face limitations related to lack of experience. However, if you are an optimist and really determined towards your job search then you will see success in your venture and ultimately from various jobs in Gulf you get placed in an organization of your choice.   
Here are some of the tested and tried tips to get hired by an employer in Gulf
  • Make a strategy
Gulf offers a pool of opportunity to the fresher in varied sectors. So, it is required to make a plan if you are an expat and if you are resident of the Gulf region, still you need to take appropriate steps. And this results in reducing your hassle of getting hired by an employer. You also need to jot down the list of companies in which you can work. You can also download job searching apps on your mobiles.
  • Understand the job market
As there are different sectors existing in the market but do really think so you are eligible for every market? Well, unfortunately, the answer is no. Do you really know the reason why is it so? Well look at the question again, you’ll understand why no is the answer. And if you didn’t understand then here is the answer, for every market you need different skills and educational qualification. Well, can you imagine a doctor working in the position of a junior engineer or vice-versa? Well, your frequent response to this question will be no. So, it is advisable to get a clear picture of thriving industries in the Gulf so that you don’t face any issues. As gulf is well known for oil reserves, retail sector, construction, medical healthcare, logistics, construction, IT, education and many others, so you need to understand and devise things accordingly to get placed quickly.
  • Craft your CV
Prepare your CV in the best possible way. For this, you can take the help of internet especially the job portals. On the job boards, you will get the service of tailoring your CV, with trending layout and selective keywords for a particular profile. Whereas it is not necessary to top take the help of resume writing services you can also ask your friends or even relatives for help. One more thing you need to take care of is the use of the cover letter, as this puts an impression in the mind of employer about your seriousness and skills as per the position you have applied for.
  • Strengthen your profile
With the passage of time, it has been observed social media is not only limited to news or hot political debates rather the platform has improved drastically. And this results in increasing the base for job seekers. So it has become utmost important to update your profile from time to time. Some of the platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook have become an excellent platform for job seekers and employers. You need to share your experience and accomplishments from time to time.
  • Get ready to work in the startups
If you are a fresher or an experienced professional the dream of working in big reputed firms always sounds exciting. But what if in the initial for any reason you don’t get elected in big companies like TCS, Wipro, and HCL etc.? What you will do you’ll drop the plan or continue your job search? Well, the answer is undoubted “no” obviously you can’t stop searching for jobs out of frustration. You need to grab the opportunity whatever comes in your way, smartly. Remember tackle things related with the job “smartly” and “not hurriedly”. Well doing jobs in Gulf offers numerous opportunities, so think wisely before you step into some conclusion.  As work in the startups may demand extra work, but you get to learn various things and apart from this the salary offered by them is lucrative enough to change the minds of even an experienced professional.
  • Follow up
This is one of the most important tips, especially for a fresher. Searching for a job is common to every job seeker whether you are a fresher or an experienced professional. Hesitation is common when you are engaging with new people, but it becomes even tougher when you need to contact the employers for follow up again and again. However, it is very important to remain at topmost priority or at least remain at the 1st rank of the prospective employers.
Now that you have gone through the pointers, you are all set to face an interviewer and get jobs in Gulf. One of the oldest methods to get jobs in your city is searching the classified section of the newspaper. You can also avail various benefits of job portals to get jobs faster without running here and there. However, friends and relatives can also help you in getting jobs faster. Apart from this there are many other benefits of doing jobs in Gulf such as tax free salary, accommodation facility provided by the employers to expats, great place to settle down with your family permanently, cheap vehicle and low rate of fuels altogether offers a great package to those who loves travelling and exploring new places etc. The list is endless when it comes to benefits so expats prefer to work in the Gulf region.

Author bio
Neelam Gupta  is currently focusing her writing on the extensive domain of employment. She has written various articles and blog posts on resume writing, job search and hiring. She also likes to write about nature