• Economic Project
    Unemployment The Total population of the UAE and Oman are 8,264,070 and 2,845,000 respectively. The UAE holds up to 3.908 million labor forces, while Oman holds up to around 968,800 labor forces. The unemployment rate in the UAE is 2.4%, and is 15% in Oman. The following formula is used to...
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  • Report
    primary cause of unemployment in Oman is that the government is unable to keep a balance between the labour markets requirement and the higher education institution output. There are many qualified Omanis who finished their higher studies but still are looking for suitable job. Moreover, Omanis with...
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  • Economic Indicators of Oman
    of Oman 1. Unemployment: percent of the labor force that is without jobs Oman has a population of 2.981 million, which is rising at around 3.4% a year. Its labor force is just shy of 1 million. There are no up-to-date unemployment figures available for Oman. Unemployment was estimated at 15% in...
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  • Culture and Law
    diversifying its economy” (International Monetary Fund, 2006). Oman has an unemployment rate of 15%; which is almost three times that of the United States (4.6%) (Central Intelligence Agency, n.d.). United Arab Emirates, which borders Oman, has an unemployment rate of 2.4% (Central Intelligence...
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  • Mr Oman
    Oman, estimated at more than 24 percent by the International Monetary Fund. But bank lending growth in Oman hit a 22-month low of 10.9 percent in February, central bank data showed. "Bankers will appreciate that growth of SMEs is critical to alleviating the unemployment problem in Oman," Executive...
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  • Oman
    Islamic religion and they cause a lot of problems among people .Secondly, immigrants take most of the available jobs in Oman which is the main cause of an unemployment .Someone might argue that these immigrants have much experience than Omani people, so they can run the jobs properly .My opinion about...
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  • Employment and Salary in Gulf 2012
    unemployment benefit − Minimum wage raised to SAR 3,000 − Large scale housing programme Oman - 50,000 new jobs in public sector - Minimum wage increased to OMR 200 - OMR 150 per month unemployment benefit Bahrain - One-off grant of BHD 1,000 per family - Minimum wage increased to BHD 402 Kuwait - One-off...
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  • Oman's Population Change
    In 1970, the population Pyramid shows that Oman was LEDC (low economically developed country) due to the high birthrate and low deathrate (triangular pyramid). There are number of reasons for high birthrate at that time. First of all, the religious reasons have affected the country to have high...
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  • Hr Article
    surplus revenues to disguise unemployment by providing jobs that in some instances were considered by outside observers to be little more than sinecures.5 This is no longer tenable, especially in the three countries with relatively low per capita oil reserves and revenues: Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia...
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  • Macro Environment Study
    it. They use ISO to chick and measured the quality of milk. Furthermore, A’Safwa Product can distribute inside and outside Oman that raise for it several advantages: First, it is the first large and knowledge of local market and culture. Second, satisfaction of customer is the major goal that...
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  • Emerging Opportunities in Cards and Payments Industry in Oman
    Drive Card Payments 3.3.3 Urbanization 3.4 Macroeconomic Drivers 3.4.1 Stable Gdp Growth 3.4.2 Increasing Per Capita Income 3.4.3 Declining Unemployment Rate With Increased Government Spending Emerging Opportunities in Omans Cards and Payments Industry: Market Size, Trends and Drivers, Strategies...
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  • Report
    investment sector which are, Gulf Baader Capital Markets (GBCM) , Oman International Bank (OIB) , Bank Muscat and Financial Services Co. S.A.O.G. data collection was through conducting interviews with Dr. Hatem Al-Shanfari, Chairmen of GBCM, Mr. Salim Al Asmi – OIB Manager (Ruwi Branch), Abdullah Al...
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  • INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
     INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1. Comment on the merit of the paper which is arguing for a separate HRM model for Oman? It is essential to have a unique HRM model specialized for Oman due to few important reasons. The first reason is the cultural influence and there is relationship between the HRM...
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  • Pest Analysis
    prompted the industry to lay off employees, which further fuelled the recession as spending decreased due to the rise in unemployment. Social Factors The changing travel habits of people have very wide implications for the airline industry. In a country like Oman, there are people from varied...
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  • The Persian Gulf - Airports
    Introduction - The Persian Gulf The Persian Gulf is a geographical area in the Middle East. It is located in the Western Asia between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula. The basin countries include: Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Oman and the...
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  • Small Scale Development
    Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) Vol. 1, No.7; February 2012 Development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: The role of Government and other Financial Institutions By: Emmanuel O. Oni Ph.D & Daniya A. A. Department of Entrepreneurship and Business...
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  • Doing Businese in Oman
    Abstract The CEO of a mid-size Australian firm will meet potential joint venture partners in order to seek any likely business opportunities for the company in Oman. This report provides the information in aspects of Oman’s business environment, basic appeals, culture issues and government...
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  • Executive Summary
    was the only country with less than half of its working-age population in the workforce but it also has the highest labor costs. Portugal has the lowest unemployment and the cheapest labor but also has the least educated workforce. Spain has a high unemployment rate with eighteen percent of adults...
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  • Welfare Reform
    receiving TANF are often at rock bottom. Nicole Oman is an example. The mother of three children received $454 a month from TANF after she divorced her husband of 14 years and got into another relationship she described as unhealthy. That was in 2011, and Oman and her children were staying in a...
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  • Economic Profile
    Unemployment Rate – 15.1% (2011 est.) rank 147 Inflation Rate – -0.9% (2012 est.) rank 2 *OMAN GDP (PPP) – $91.54 billion (2012 est.) rank 76 GDP (OER) – $76.46 billion (2012 est.) GDP Real Growth Rate – 5% (2012 est.) rank 65 GDP Per Capita – $29,600 (2012 est.)rank 51 Labor Force – 968,800...
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