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UAE places itself amongst the top 20 nations for attracting global talent

UAE is one of the top-ranked countries in attracting tourists from around the world and can be called the Global Leader in attracting talent with its modern, high tech and luxurious world-class infrastructure, malls, hotels and nightlife, not only is it diverse with its residents, but it also has professional workers from around the world and the UAE government with amazing schemes like the talent-focused " Golden Visa" is laying the path for more and more businessmen to come and invest and reside in the country making it an “innovation hub.” The International Labour Organisation predicted that an opportunity for 100 million jobs will open up this year and 80 million in 2022, naturally making UAE one of the top countries attracting global talent.

The following are the ranking achievements of UAE in 2020:

➢ Based on Insead's Global Talent Competitiveness Index for 2020 ranked at the fourth position for the tolerance of immigrants.
➢ 11th for its tolerance of minorities
➢ The IMD World Digital Competitiveness index ranked UAE the fifth in the ' attitudes towards globalisation'
➢ The Emirates was ranked seventh for social cohesion IMD's World Competitiveness Yearbook, 11th for resilience and adaptation.
➢ 12th for the state's social responsibility towards citizens and residents. " The UAE’s prominent global stature in tolerance and coexistence indexes is a source of pride and proof that we live in a country with a long history and traditional culture supported by a community that is keen to promote the values of tolerance, co-existence and giving," said Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence. We are living in a country whose achievements are protected by wise and aware leadership, which encourages enlightened ideas and ethical behaviour" according to Wam via nationalnews.com

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