Bahrain is an island in the Arabian Gulf and Bahrain is connected to Saudi Arabia by an industrial bridge called King Fahd Bridge. Bahrain is considered one of the strong economic countries and Bahrain’s currency is the second highest value in the world. Bahrain's economy relies on oil and gas as a main source of economic and infrastructure support. The industrial and commercial sectors have flourished since ancient times, as the Kingdom of Bahrain is a commercial hub through which global commercial convoys travel through and across the Gulf, the Mediterranean, the Indian Subcontinent and the Far East.
Bahrain was also recognized as the fastest-growing financial center in the Middle East, booming in the money trading and money exchange sectors, especially Islamic banking. Bahrain was the fastest growing financial center in the world in terms of the global financial center index in London and the Kingdom of Bahrain is heavily dependent on tourism.
In addition, Bahrain is famous for its pearl fishing, as Bahrain is known for its aluminum production. Aluminum production is second in Bahrain's exports and the building materials are in the following position.
Bahrain is characterized by the existence of all services of transportation and means of transportation and living, housing, health, treatment and education and other services to citizens and expatriates.
Commerce, import and export sector
Tourism, hotels and customer services fields
Oil and energy production
Heavy industries field
Different engineering areas
Fields of health and nursing
Working in the administrative field
Small and medium industries areas
Information technology sector
Marketing and retailing fields
Working in air and space defense
Working in building and construction
Money trade and exchange fields
Working in the field of real estate
Fields of agriculture and livestock
As for the foreign workers, Bahrain has many different nationalities. It includes many nationalities from Southeast Asia, as well as the countries of the Levant and Western countries:
Pakistan and Afghanistan
Syria and Jordan
Low living and living is fairly cheap.
Easy to save money.
Easy to provide accommodation.
Cohabitation and freedom to practice various acts of worship.
The presence of many different nationalities, where more than half of the population of Bahrain foreigners, making it easier to live for foreigners.
Health insurance for employees.
Additional salary and salary increase.
Provide additional leave.
Serious employee reward systems.
Continuing courses and training
Manama is considered one of the most important cities in Bahrain. It is considered as the administrative capital, and as the capital is a major center for the management of the country and it has many job opportunities, the city has many projects and most of the governmental and administrative jobs in the country.
The wages in Bahrain are variable, where the value of wages depends on the contract of employment in terms of the type of work and its hours, but it is considered satisfactory and rewarding for living there.