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The Emirates Group gears up for Careers UAE 2017

Posted 7 April 2017 · Add Comment

The Emirates Group is to embrace hundreds of qualified Emirati job seekers at Careers UAE 2017, Dubai's leading recruitment exhibition.

The three-day fair will kick-off on 9th April at the Dubai World Trade Center. The Exhibition aims to expose talented UAE Nationals to a wide range of career opportunities.

“The Emirates Group participates annually in Careers UAE since its inception and continues to attract eager job seekers through creative approaches and interactive platforms,” said Amira Al Awadhi , Emirates’ vice president national recruitment & development. “As we recognise the importance of recruiting qualified UAE Nationals, we continue to grow the Emirati workforce across all facets of business. The Emirates Group presently employs over 3,000 UAE nationals in various positions within the Emirates Group.”

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