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Citizens of UAE Are Mostly Satisfied With Their Jobs

The poll, which was released earlier this week, surveyed over 1,000 people in each of 128 countries and found that the three nations with the highest percentage of employees satisfied with their jobs were the UAE, Russia and the US.

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has the highest percentage of employees satisfied with their jobs, according to a survey released by Gallup World Poll.

The poll, which was released earlier this week, surveyed over 1,000 people in each of 128 countries and found that the three nations with the highest percentage of employees satisfied with their jobs were the UAE, Russia and the US.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has the highest percentage of employees satisfied with their jobs, according to a survey released by Gallup World Poll.
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In the UAE, the lowest percentage, 31 per cent, were seeking full-time employment. Fifty-eight per cent citizens who were full-time employed rated their jobs as “good”, while 12 per cent rated their jobs as “great”.

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Russia had 51 per cent seeking but not having full-time work. Thirty-five per cent, who had full-time work, rated their jobs as “good” and 13 per cent had “great” jobs.

The US had 56 per cent seeking but not having full-time work, 32 per cent had “good” jobs and 13 per cent said their jobs were “great”.

The other nations with the highest jobs-satisfaction rate were: Kazakhstan, Singapore, Panama, Estonia, Mongolia, Uruguay, Colombia, Canada, Philippines and Mauritius. (IANS)

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UAE Signs $3 Billion Support For Pakistan

The two countries earlier in January were said to have finalised the terms and conditions of the support package, which involves $3.2 billion worth of oil supplies on deferred payment in addition to the $3 billion cash deposit

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks during a press conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia, Nov. 21, 2018. VOA

Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed a $3 billion support package on Tuesday as pledged by Abu Dhabi to boost the liquidity and foreign exchange reserves of the cash-strapped country.

The package was signed by Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) Director General Mohammed Saif Al Suwaidi and the State Bank of Pakistan Director Tariq Bajwa at a ceremony here.

According to the package, the UAE will deposit $3 billion in the State Bank of Pakistan to support the country’s financial and monetary policy, the state-run WAM news agency reported.

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is seen during talks in Beijing, China. VOA

The amount will be paid to Pakistan in three instalments.

The UAE had announced its intention to inject $3 billion cash into Pakistan via the ADFD in December 2018, a month after Prime Minister Imran Khan undertook his second trip to the country since assuming office.

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The two countries earlier in January were said to have finalised the terms and conditions of the support package, which involves $3.2 billion worth of oil supplies on deferred payment in addition to the $3 billion cash deposit. (IANS)