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Available Medical Positions in UAE Increase

DubaiA recruitment expert said that more medical specialists are being hired by Healthcare institutions in the UAE this year compared to a 2010. This is due to increasing demand for specialized healthcare professionals and highly skilled doctors. Neil Edwards, International Business Development Manager of the specialist medical recruitment consultancy said “The number of positions available has increased dramatically from last year, in some areas by as much as 20%. There has also been a sharp increase in job applications from the expat medical professionals for jobs advertised in the UAE”.

“Compared to 2010, we are seeing an increasing number of applications for advertised positions in the medical sector this year. Month-on-month from December 2010 to February this year we’ve seen applications grow by 12 to 13%, while year-on-year growth from February 2010 to February 2011 is around 12%. The majority of the applications relate to positions like physiotherapists, dieticians, diabetes specialists, oncologists and cancer care specialists as these are in greater demand in the UAE” he added.

Edwards continued “Despite the overall downturn seen during the last couple of years I don’t think the UAE and the GCC region saw any decline in the base salary level especially within the healthcare sector, but more of a stabilization of salaries”. Finally he said “Unlike entry-level positions, there was no stagnation of salaries for those in more senior positions or specialist doctors because of their short supply”.

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