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Infographic:Employment trends in the Middle East
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CredForce has recently brought out its infographic entitled “Employment trends in the Middle East”. This informational visual maps the recent hiring trends in the Middle East region and employment outlook in the Middle East, that emphasizes deeply on some surprising trends which reveal a revival for Certified Finance and Accounting Professionals in the new generation of talent acquisition.

The infographic further exhibits the essential statistics: 43% of the CFOs forecast surge in the salaries of existing permanent employees in the Middle East. This report also says about the top jobs in the Middle East including Statistical Analysis & Data Mining, Public Policy & International Relations, Algorithm Design, Web Architecture & Development Framework, SEO/SEM Marketing, Middleware & Integration Software, User Interface Design, Renewable & Sustainable Energy, Mining & Commodities, Corporate Law & Governance. The positions which are in demand are: ERP applications & functional experts, project managers, business partners, sales directors & managers, IT security managers, institutional sales specialists, private banking sales professionals, brokers, regulatory & compliance officers, AML specialists, recruitment specialists, payroll managers, hr officers, KSA candidates, senior hr directors, learning & development directors. The skills & qualification in demand includes: ITIL & COBIT experience, ERP & CRM knowledge, experience in Project Management Infrastructure & Application Roll-outs, SAP & Microsoft dynamics, experience with new platforms, user & customer experience, multinational banking experience, financial crime & sanctions expertise, existing local client relationships, experience interacting with sovereign wealth funds & family offices, professional certifications in finance, commercial acumen, change & people management, multinational corporation expertise, strong knowledge of Middle East employment law, hr systems knowledge, hr certifications and Talent management.

The infographic showcases the fact that the new tax system will leverage the demand for the finance & accounting skills. This will help in creating bright prospects for certified professionals from all fields.

 

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