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Job in Bahrain (Desperately Seeking - British National with MSc Degree and Experience)...?

Hello, I'm reposting as I'm not get much response. Thanks to Red Dragon for responding initially. I added additional details but not sure if you seen them: Basically I am interested in moving to Bahrain. I am a British National and I have a Bachelors in International Business and an MSc in Business IT (Both from UK). I have just recently graduated. If I come on a 2 week visit visa...What chance do you think I have of securing a decent job within those 2 weeks? Im having no luck applying on the internet...I think its quite usless that way. As for Work Experience: I have 6 months experience as a 'Research Associate' in a world class University in Pakistan, I have 14 Months experience working as a 'Local Fundraising/Campaign Assistant' for a famous Charity in the UK, and I have 14 Months experience working as a 'Tele-Financial Advisor' for the Lloyds TSB Banking Group in the UK. @ Red Dragon: Since you are in HR perhaps you could help me in getting a job. I would greatly appreciate this and Allah would reward you immensely. @ Other: If anyone else could help me in getting a job I would greatly appreciate it. I look forward to hearing from you. Many Thanks. @ Fizgog: I would like to live and work in the Middle East and Bahrain is a good choice I reckon!

Asked By: aby5y - 1/5/2010
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Unfortunately Friend, many organizations are not recruiting now. With the global recession, many companies, especially banks, are not recruiting until they start making profit again. I am sorry but I do not think I can help you as I am in the banking market, and everything is just on hold... More
Answered By: Red Dragon - 1/5/2010
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Why Bahrain?
Answered By: Fizgog - 1/6/2010
 
You would have to apply for a job over the Internet and get your new employer to sort out all the other stuff. thats what i did, but be warned, life is very expensive over here, i thought it would be cheap as no income tax but you are taxed terribly on every thing you buy, plus housing is extortionate!
Answered By: Tracey O - 1/6/2010
 
I would also add that you shouldn't come to Bahrain with the expectation that you'll find a job in the two weeks you are there. What you need to do is contact heavily the companies operating in Bahrain before you go. While you are in Bahrain meet everyone you contacted in person - this might be the most important... More
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Answered By: gomideast.com - 1/9/2010
 
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