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Sales Representative

Posted By: Abdul-Qadir   , 9 hours ago

RIYADH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 4000 (USD : 1080)
EGYPTIAN

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Guidance Counselor

Posted By: Abdul-Qadir   , 9 hours ago

AL-KHUBAR , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
SAUDI

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Sales Manager

Posted By: Gulfy Direct   , 9 hours ago

AL-KHUBAR , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
SAUDI

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Sales Assistant

Posted By: CONFIDENTIAL   , 9 hours ago

RIYADH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
SAUDI

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Materials Controller

Posted By: CONFIDENTIAL   , 9 hours ago

JEDDAH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 3000 (USD : 810)
ANY GCC

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Chemotherapy Technician

Posted By: Arrow   , 9 hours ago

JEDDAH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
ANY GCC

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Accountant

Posted By: CONFIDENTIAL   , 9 hours ago

JEDDAH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 3000 (USD : 810)
ANY GCC

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Biomedical scientist

Posted By: Arrow   , 9 hours ago

JEDDAH , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
ANY ARAB

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Treasurer

Posted By: Arrow   , 9 hours ago

MEDINA , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 3000 (USD : 810)
ANY ARAB

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Obstetrician

Posted By: Arrow   , 9 hours ago

AL-DAMMAM , SAUDI ARABIA
Full Time
SR 0 (USD : 0)
ANY ARAB

Are you looking for a vacant job in Saudi Arabia?

Are you new to the labor market, or working on increasing your income?

Saudi Arabia offers many vacant jobs in many different areas to many nationalities around the world. Saudi Arabia is characterized by its strong economy, which relies mainly on oil and religious tourism during the Hajj season. Saudi Arabia has many cities, in addition to work opportunities, where you can find a variety of jobs in all cities of the Kingdom, especially the industrial ones.

Why is Saudi Arabia different from other countries?

  • The appropriate standard of living, as life in the Kingdom is less expensive than other Gulf countries.

  • The ability to save money and achieves your goals.

  • The existence of security, safety and labor law which guarantees the right of every worker.

  • The existence of the two holy mosques, which is a great advantage for Muslim workers.

  • Diversity of work fields, including:

  • Health and treatment.

  • Accounting

  • Information technology

  • Law

  • Sales

  • Education

  • Engineering

  • Mining and energy

  • Communication and customer services

  • Tourism, especially during the pilgrimage season, such as working in the guidance of the pilgrims of the House of God or working in the service of visitors to the Kingdom in the airports and others.

  • Industry

  • Financial transactions and banking

The most prominent areas of work in Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Arabia also provides a number of professional, vocational and other professions in all fields. Studies have shown that most of the expatriate labor in Saudi Arabia works in the private sector by large percentage. It is mainly in wholesale and retail trade by 40% and 33% in construction and building, while the percentage of foreign workers in the government sector does not exceed 15% of the Kingdom's population.

The vast majority of those foreign workers working in the private sector are composed of workers in the health sector and higher education. It is also worth noting that the labor market in the Kingdom depends on the interactions of supply and demand forces.

Foreigner labor in Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Arabia has a large number of foreigners from different Arab and foreign nationalities, ensuring a vast diversity of expertise from different world countries in the labor market, as well as enhancing the individual's ability to communicate.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the most attractive countries for manpower, especially from the Middle East according to the latest international statistics. International labor organizations' statistics show that Saudi Arabia ranks fourth globally in attracting manpower. The results also showed that foreign labor in Saudi Arabia accounts for nearly half the jobs in Saudi Arabia, the number of foreign workers reached about 10 million foreign workers, which is equivalent to about one third of the population in the Kingdom, and the remittances of foreign workers to their country from Saudi Arabia to about 26.6 billion dollar annually.

The most important nationalities in the Kingdom:

  • Indians: They make up the largest proportion in Saudi Arabia.

  • Pakistanis: They are the second largest proportion in Saudi Arabia.

  • Egyptians: Egyptians occupy the third largest proportion in the Kingdom.

  • Then comes the ranking of the country in terms of the largest proportion such as:

  1. Yemen

  2. Bangladesh

  3. The Philippines

  4. Sri Lanka

  5. Jordan and Palestine

  6. Indonesia

  7. Sudan

  8. Syria

  9. Turkey

  10. Western Countries: The lowest percentage is in Saudi Arabia.