SUP­PORT­IVE ECO­NOMIC EN­VI­RON­MENT

Qatar Today - - BUSINESS BOTTOMLINE -

In­deed, when eval­u­at­ing a city of res­i­dence, some of the most im­por­tant char­ac­ter­is­tics that come to mind are avail­abil­ity of jobs, cost of liv­ing, com­pen­sa­tion, and op­por­tu­ni­ties to ad­vance pro­fes­sion­ally. Over a third of Doha re­spon­dents be­lieve that ca­reer growth (38%), com­pet­i­tive salaries (38%) and ben­e­fits for work­ing par­ents that they re­ceive (33%) are ei­ther good or ex­cel­lent. Qatar of­fers some of the most ex­cel­lent labour rights in the re­gion such as health in­surance, so­cial se­cu­rity sys­tems, wage pro­tec­tion, end of ser­vice ben­e­fits, and ter­mi­na­tion rights. Six in 10 Qatari re­spon­dents find their health in­surance and so­cial se­cu­rity to be good or ex­cel­lent. Close to half of re­spon­dents be­lieve that their end of ser­vice ben­e­fits (41%), and va­ca­tion al­lowances (41%) are ex­cel­lent or good.

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