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How do I move to Dubai after Graduating from the US?

I'm graduating from the University of Southern California with a BS in Business and Minor in International Relations. I want to move to Dubai after I graduate, but am having trouble securing a job through online job hunting sites. Graduation is coming soon, should I buy a one-way ticket to Dubai and find something when I get there? (I don't have very much money to start off with)

Asked By: Keith - 4/3/2007
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A reason for having trouble landing a job through online recruitment agencies could be that you have no work experience yet. Most companies want to fill job openings with expierenced staff. Many of them even require "experience in the Gulf region... More
Answered By: h - 4/3/2007
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You could always apply with Haliburton.
Answered By: roxiecat4200 - 4/3/2007
 
try browsing for international companies which have an office in dubai and you could send in your application through that website of theirs like hotels for example there are tons of hotels there in dubai hilton, fourseasons etc you can go to those websites and check if they are in need for someone on your field cause... More
Answered By: Caviar O - 4/3/2007
 
www.Dubaicityguide.com is a helpful Information.
Answered By: RashidKhalifa - 4/3/2007
 
first you need to take a job online like http://www.alkhaleejtoday.com/ then you should go to duabi then its better to you living there. and easily you got accomodation and other facilities. Because my brother went to dubai when he got a good job there, and his company give him all facilities.
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Answered By: Dino - 4/3/2007
 
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