Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Wajeez PR & Marketing is proud to announce the recent activation of Raouf Shabayek's ebook: 101 Tips for People Moving to Dubai to Kindle on Amazon.com.
With the current global economy status, many executives and professionals consider seeking a better career opportunity offshore. The Gulf States are one of the good options available at the moment, and of those States Dubai stands out as a good starting point. Dubai offers a wealth of possibilities, liberal lifestyle and low crime rate, a balanced economy and enjoyable shopping and dining experiences. It attracts visitors from around the world, and businesses from all over the world are welcome in the booming city.
The Western professional may find a need to explore what the city has to offer in career opportunities. Western professionals are well-paid and sought after by many companies situated in Dubai. There are no income tax responsibilities of any kind for onshore or offshore activities. This is by far one of the biggest perks to working in Dubai.
Once a professional opportunity has been secured in Dubai, the chosen candidate will have to quickly become familiar with the cultural nuances, societies, and the intricacies of everyday living in Dubai. The “101 Tips for People Moving to Dubai” guide is intended to help everyone relocating to Dubai to prepare for the big move, and it is designed to facilitate the process of getting acclimated to life in the new vibrant city that is Dubai.
In his down to earth guide, writer by trade Raouf Shabayek shares the knowledge he has gained while living in Dubai for over a decade, working for dozens of print and online publications, which allowed him to work alongside many and different nationalities living in Dubai. Now, Shabayek is ready to share his gained knowledge with the all the professionals considering or planning to relocate to the amazing city of Dubai.
Dubai is one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is located in the Middle East, south of the Arabian Gulf. Dubai has the largest population (1.87 Million in Oct 2010, according to officials) with the second-largest land territory by area of all the emirates, after the capital; Abu Dhabi.