Dubai massively diversified its economy in the past two decades and has implemented the FTZ-concept (Free-Trade-Zones) for the IT-sector too. Dubai Internet City and Dubai Silicon Oasis turned Dubai into the biggest Data Center Hub in the Middle-East, focusing on Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Cyber Security, IoT and Software Development. The market is growing ever since and IT-spending is expected to reach 8,2 Billion USD in 2023. Dubai has a highly educated, international workforce for technical job descriptions, whether Engineering, Data Analytics or Software Development. Despite high demand, a hiring firm will almost certainly find the right candidate for any technical or IT-job role, having a workforce of more than 300,000 highly skilled people alone. Furthermore, Dubai is the IT-Hub No 1 in the Middle East, creating a wealth of opportunities. From Dubai, we support our international clients. Through our expansive network, we can build up teams in no time. Hence, a Jurisdiction to recommend. Please see our Country Indicator down below.
Dubai Country Facts
Dubai Workforce Facts
Large Technical Universities
Dubai has 63 Universities, almost all of them offering technical studies with roughly 280,000 students. Approx. 20 % of the students are enrolled in technical courses, most of them with focus on IT-related jobs. This will almost grant a stable work environment with regard to highly skilled workforce for the Engineering and IT-sector.
IT & Technical Students
Almost 60 % of school leavers intend to go to a University. A vast majority thereof joins technical fields such as Engineering or Programming, creating a stable flow into the local labour market.