There are six Gulf Co-operation Council states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Kenya workers heading for the Middle East typically end up in one of these. Across the Gulf States, Kenyan people are finding work in education, domestic households, security, construction and engineering, tourism, agriculture, finance and the medical professions.
Non-citizens account for more than half the workforce across the Gulf States, while in four of the six, non-citizens also make up more than half the population. Emirati citizens make up just 20 per cent of the population across the UAE – the rest have come from Africa, India, Pakistan, Europe or America.
In this portal, we are focusing on providing with information resources for Bahrain, Canada, Jordan, Kuwait, Poland, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar. For you to work in the Gulf there are different requirements depending on the type of a job. However, the following are mandatory minimum requirements for all jobs: –