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Emiratization in the UAE Labor Market : Opportunities and Challenges

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Emiratization in the UAE Labor Market : Opportunities and Challenges
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Emiratization in the UAE Labor Market
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Opportunities and Challenges
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Emiratization in the UAE Labor Market : Opportunities and Challenges
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  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction to Sustainable Employment -- Abstract -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Effects of Socioeconomic Shifts on the UAE Labor Market -- 1.3 Sustainable Economic Development with Emiratization as the Catalyst -- References -- 2 UAE Goes Global -- Abstract -- 2.1 The Transition from a Traditional Economy to a Global Economy -- 2.1.1 Overview of Pre-oil Society -- 2.1.2 Pre-oil Era Economics -- 2.1.3 Nationalization Without Fanfare or Celebrations -- 2.1.4 Economic Growth Commences -- 2.1.5 Preparing for a UAE Without Oil -- 2.1.6 Emiratization and Privatization as the Way Forward -- 2.2 Progress from Diversification Efforts -- 2.3 Surviving the Global Economic Crisis and Falling Oil Prices -- 2.4 Population Growth and Composition -- 2.5 International Attention -- 2.5.1 Professional Development and Academia -- 2.5.2 Sporting Events -- 2.5.3 Film Industry -- 2.5.4 World Expo 2020 -- 2.6 Economic Development Indicators and Regional Corporate Business Hubs -- 2.7 Stability in a Troubled Region -- 2.8 Summary -- References -- 3 Economic Vision of the UAE -- Abstract -- 3.1 The UAE Vision for 2021 and Beyond -- 3.2 The Emirate of Abu Dhabi -- 3.3 The Emirate of Dubai -- 3.4 The Emirate of Sharjah -- 3.5 The Emirate of Ras al Khaimah -- 3.6 The Emirate of Fujairah -- 3.7 The Emirate of Ajman -- 3.8 The Emirate of Umm al Quwain -- 3.9 Summary -- References -- 4 Challenges to Full Emirati Employment -- Abstract -- 4.1 The First Steps in Post-nationalization Development -- 4.2 Formation Multi-sector Economy -- 4.3 Role of Cultural Sensitivity in Emiratization -- 4.4 Role of Emiratis in Emiratization -- 4.5 Holistic Sustainability as a Framework for Discussing Emiratization -- 4.6 Summary -- References -- 5 The Roles and Contributions of Women -- Abstract -- 5.1 Emirati Women and the Economic Vision of the Country
  • 5.2 Historical Female Roles and Contributions -- 5.3 Inclusive Education for Women -- 5.4 Women as Largely Untapped Labor Source -- 5.5 Emirati Women in the Workforce -- 5.6 Case Study of Young Adult Emirati Women and Marriage -- 5.7 Summary -- References -- 6 Wages, Salaries, and Expatriate Labor -- Abstract -- 6.1 Sources of Labor Market Data -- 6.2 General Salary Information -- 6.3 Salaries by Nationality -- 6.4 Salaries by Industry and Occupation -- 6.5 Salaries by Education Level -- 6.6 Salaries by Age -- 6.7 Salaries by Location -- 6.8 Salaries by Economic Sector: Private, Public, Semi-government -- 6.9 Salaries by Gender -- 6.10 Summary -- References -- 7 Wage Remittances from the UAE -- Abstract -- 7.1 Migrant Labor as a Reality in the Modern Global Economy -- 7.2 Growing Importance of Wage Remittances to Developing Countries -- 7.3 Top Wage Remittance Countries -- 7.4 UAE Remittance Outflows: The Case of Pakistan -- 7.5 Hawala Transfers Masking Full Impact of Remittances -- 7.6 Summary -- References -- 8 Social Transitions Contributing to Emirati Unemployment -- Abstract -- 8.1 Tribal Nature of Emirati Society -- 8.2 Emirati Society Transitioning into the Present -- 8.2.1 Demographic and Family Structure Transitions -- 8.2.2 Transitions in Education and Emirati Young Adult Perceptions -- 8.2.3 Compulsory National Service for Emirati Males -- 8.3 Multilayer Generational Gap -- 8.3.1 Elder Adults (Older Than 65 Years Old) -- 8.3.2 Prime-Age Adults (from 46 to 65 Years Old) -- 8.3.3 Mature Adults (from 26 to 45 Years Old) -- 8.3.4 Young Adults (from 18 to 25 Years Old) -- 8.3.5 Youth (Less Than 18 Years Old) -- 8.4 Summary -- References -- 9 Education, the Work Force, and Emiratization -- Abstract -- 9.1 Creating an Educational System -- 9.2 Factors for Early Exit from the Educational System -- 9.3 Postsecondary Education Overview
  • 9.3.1 Gender Imbalance in Postsecondary Education -- 9.3.2 Postsecondary Education Best Practices and Technology -- 9.3.3 Family Involvement in Postsecondary Education -- 9.4 Progress Toward Educational Goals -- 9.5 Remaining Challenges in Education -- References -- 10 Emiratization Progress and Challenges -- Abstract -- 10.1 Underlying Dichotomy of Sustainability Versus Complementarity of Labor -- 10.2 Costs and Benefits of Emirati and Expatriate Employees -- 10.3 A Look Toward the Future -- References -- Index
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