Egypt

Unrest in Egypt and Tunisia could put off expats, survey suggests

by Ray Clancy on February 9, 2011

Protests affecting job market

Political unrest in Egypt and Tunisia could put off potential expats and job seekers according to a report from a Gulf recruitment agency.

The upheaval in Egypt in particular which has now been going on for two weeks and the way it has been portrayed in the media may deter some Western professionals from relocating to the region, a survey from GulfTalent has found. [click to continue…]

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