IMMIGRATION TO GULF COUNTRIES
- “Arab states of the Persian Gulf” are terms that refer to the Arab states bordering the Persian
Gulf, namely Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Most of
these nations are part of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf.
As per the gulf countries beaurocrats report in last many years’ people have been migrating from
different countries to the gulf area. Gulf countries have been the employment hub for the aspirants
who are looking and exploring themselves for the higher growth. People from different profession
and fields have great opportunity to enrich and encash their potential in these countries.
- Gulf Countries have heavily invested in the banking and tourism sectors The country's capital is
home to many large financial structures. Gulf has a high Human Development Index and was
recognized by the World Bank as a high income economy.
- According to the World Bank, most of these Arab states have been the world's most generous
donors of aid as a share of GDP
- The leaders of Gulf countries are facing structural economic conditions that have built up over the
past seven decades and that have enhanced the role of public spending mechanisms and tools,
and worked for the state’s prevalence over the different facilities and vital sectors. Although the role
of the state in the region’s countries differs from one country to the other, it is still pivotal for the
economic process. Above all that, the social commitments is growing annually at high rates of no
less than 10% in any of the Gulf countries thanks to the current spending tools.
Various Gulf Countries
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates (UAE)