Dubai Land Department Hosts Successful Career Fair: Real Estate Day for Emiratis Employment 2024

With over 50 esteemed real estate entities in attendance, the event was nothing short of impressive. These companies collectively showcased more than 300 positions tailored to suit Emirati men and women of varying experience levels

In a bid to bolster local employment within the vibrant real estate sector, the Dubai Land Department recently orchestrated a triumphant career fair titled ‘The Real Estate Day for Emiratis Employment 2024.’

The event, held at the prestigious Address Sky View Hotel, served as a pivotal platform for connecting Emirati job seekers with a myriad of opportunities in Dubai’s flourishing real estate landscape.

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With over 50 esteemed real estate entities in attendance, the event was nothing short of impressive. These companies collectively showcased more than 300 positions tailored to suit Emirati men and women of varying experience levels.

From entry-level roles to senior positions, there was a diverse array of opportunities on offer, ensuring that there was something for everyone.

Dignitaries and senior officials from various Dubai government departments graced the occasion, underscoring their unwavering support for the initiative.

Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Chairman of the Emirati Human Resources Development Council, emphasized the pivotal role of the real estate industry in Dubai’s economy and urged Emiratis to seize the abundant opportunities it presents.

The Dubai Community Development Authority, represented by Hessa bint Essa Buhumaid, strategically extended invitations to Emirati job seekers possessing at least a high school diploma.

This targeted approach ensured that the career fair effectively served its purpose of facilitating meaningful connections between locals and prospective employers.

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Ghannam Al Mazrouei from the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council reiterated the importance of raising awareness about private sector opportunities for Emiratis and expressed satisfaction in partnering with the Dubai Land Department for this noble cause.

Marwan bin Ghalita, Acting Director General of Dubai Land Department, extended his gratitude to the participating companies for their unwavering support.

He highlighted how the event aligns seamlessly with Dubai’s vision of fostering greater Emirati participation in vital sectors like real estate, thereby contributing to the UAE’s localisation targets.

The career fair offered a plethora of services, ranging from accounting and bookkeeping to company setup assistance and business consultancy.

Representatives from various companies were readily available to engage with attendees and shed light on the myriad career paths within the real estate realm, spanning finance, administration, sales, and customer service.

Emirati job seekers demonstrated palpable enthusiasm in exploring career opportunities within the real estate sector, which plays a pivotal role in driving Dubai’s economic growth.

The sector’s rapid expansion translates into a burgeoning demand for skilled UAE nationals, further underscoring the significance of initiatives like the ‘Real Estate Day for Emiratis Employment 2024.’

In conclusion, the resounding success of the career fair underscores its pivotal role in bridging the gap between Emirati job seekers and prospective employers within the real estate sector.

By facilitating meaningful connections and fostering greater awareness, the event has not only supported the Dubai government’s goal of enhancing private-sector employment among locals but has also empowered individuals and firms with invaluable insights into the vast career prospects within the realm of real estate.

 

This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

Tariq Saeed

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