UAE NEWS: Revealed How much are students in the UAE expected?

6% of students want to start their own business.

College students in the UAE expect an average salary of about Dh15,600 and men expect less than female students.

According to a study by Universum, male students expect a Dh14,817 salary while their female counterparts expect a Dh16,130 salary per month.

About one-third, 34 percent of students are interested in working for a global company, 26 percent in the public sector, 18 percent in the national organization, 7 percent in small and medium enterprises and 3 percent are willing to join to start.

Only 6 percent of students want to start their own business.

The study interviewed 7,796 students from 114 faculties at 34 UAE universities between October 2019 and April 2020.

Leading employers

While the employers have the best campus recruitment jobs are Emaar, Adnoc, Masdar, Google, KPMG, Masdar, Dubai Police and Abu Dhabi Police among others.

For business students, Emirates, Emaar and Google are the top three employers while Emaar, Adnoc and Masdar engineering students are the top three employers. Students studying health / medical standards at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Emirates and Dubai Police as the top three employers.

About 17 percent of students have a desire to join the military / police, 15 percent marketing / advertising, 14 percent management and strategic consultation, 14 percent IT and engineering advice, 13 percent fashion, accessories and luxury, education -13, 13 percent news, 13 percent arts, entertainment and entertainment and 12 percent commerce.

Top leadership for the future, professional training and development, respect for its people, innovation, secure employment, friendly workplace and inspiring leadership are some of the key qualities students want, for their employers, Universum data shown.

The most used social media channels used by UAE students are social media, job shows, online job boards, employer job websites, career guides and more.

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