The Qatari economy is one of the most powerful economies in the world, with the emirate in the heart of the Arabian Gulf relying almost exclusively on oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) in its economy.
Qatar is the world's first producer of liquefied natural gas, making it one of the world's richest countries and one of the world's top per capita income countries.
Qatar is undoubtedly aware of the importance of isolating the oil economy from the state's income and relying on alternative sources of income. This is why the state is establishing a lot of investment projects in Qatar and around the world through the Qatari sovereign fund.
Qatar is characterized by the existence of a lot of economic projects giant, which is a fertile environment for many workers in the world and from different nationalities where there are many opportunities in Qatar that attract labor continuously.
Qatar's economy depends on two main axes: oil and natural gas on the one hand, and mega development projects on the other.
In general, oil, natural gas and the energy sector contribute to the Qatari economy indirectly, as oil revenues support Qatar's giant projects. In addition, many of the projects in countries abroad and owned by Qatar are working to provide jobs in a wider range in various fields.
Oil and energy field
IT and communication sectors
Mining and engineering fields
Health and nursing fields
Project support and service jobs
Import and export fields
Tourism and hospitality areas of work
Doha is the largest and most important city in Qatar with many job opportunities. The city has many projects, as the capital, it is a major center for state administration and most of the government and administrative functions in the country.
Per capita income in Qatar is the highest in the world, and for non-Qataris, wages are very satisfactory for many of the available areas. The cost of living in Qatar is low, allowing for the possibility of saving money.
The oil and liquefied natural gas extraction industry accounts for the largest share of Qatar's labor force, with the vast majority operating in energy, oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects along with other oil-based industries.
Construction, building and other service areas also have a small number of jobs in Qatar, where jobs are available for engineers, technicians, construction workers, accountants, doctors, teachers and other workers in various developmental fields The State is constantly promoting them.
The most important nationalities working in the field of oil, energy and liquefied natural gas extraction:
Western nationalities: America, Britain, Canada, France.
Arab Nationalities: Qatar.
South-East Asian nationalities: India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh.
As for construction and building:
Southeast Asia: India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan.
Arab nationalities: such as engineers from Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Iraq.
In the fields of engineering, nursing, medicine, pharmacy, education, trade, light industry, and other fields:
Indians, Pakistanis, Afghans, Nepalese, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Ethiopia, Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Libya.