Urgent UAE: On the occasion of Women's Day, new job opportunities in the UAE
The wise leadership's ongoing support and encouragement of Emirati women has allowed the Emirati girl to get involved in all areas of society and demonstrate her outstanding competence.
The nation commemorates Emirati Women's Day on August 28 every year as a representation of the UAE's efforts over the past five decades to empower and develop the capabilities of Emirati women, overcome barriers to their participation in all fields, be active and pioneering element in sustainable development, and occupy the position appropriate to it, to be an honorable model for leadership. By attaining several priorities, women participate in all local, regional, and international fora.
Director General of the Emirates Space Agency, Salem Butti Salem Al Qubaisi, stated: " Over the past years, Emirati women have demonstrated exceptional capabilities in various fields and sectors, including the space sector, to provide active and distinguished participation, pioneering experience, and an inspiring model for Arab women in achieving achievements and successes that contribute to building a society." developed and successful. As we celebrate Emirati Women's Day under the theme " We Share for Tomorrow," he continued: " We celebrate her strong spirit and solid will that made her a symbol of excellence and inspiration to take steady steps towards development and progress, and prove with merit that she is an integral part of the success and progress of the Emirates and a fundamental pillar in building the state and achieving their aspirations for the future."
In this context, it was stated that women's work in the Emirates has become widely available, and the UAE is now opening the way for women as workers or investors, whether from within the Emirates or expatriates to it, with the opening of new horizons for work, and visas for women’s
Work inside the Emirates can be obtained as visas:
Free residence in the Emirates.
Investor residence for 3 years in Dubai.
Entry visa for residents of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
This has become easy for newcomers to the Emirates, women with experience in work, study, and so on.
" We at National Bonds, and based on our societal role, are working to empower Emirati women through the programs and services that we offer," continued Rehab Lootah, Executive Vice President of the National Bonds Group. For UAE citizens who are female, particularly since 49% of them have sukuk. To give Arab women financial management skills and useful saving tools, we also inked a collaboration agreement with the Arab Women's Authority, the major nonprofit organization that works to empower Arab women in the Middle East and North Africa region.
" National Bonds' rewards program, the biggest in the nation, is an incentive for customers to save and invest," Lootah continued