Why work in Qatar?

Qatar is the world’s richest country per capita and in 2022 will be the first Arab country to host the World Cup. It will build 12 eco-friendly iconic stadiums, some of which will be able to host up to 80,000 people. More than half the population live in Doha, but beyond you’ll find singing sand dunes, mangrove swamps and prehistoric carvings cut into hills. The recent openings of the Museum of Islamic Art, Katara Cultural Village and Mathaf Arab Modern Art Museum helped Doha to be chosen in 2010 to be the Arab Capital of Culture by the Arab League under UNESCO’s Cultural Capitals Program. The official language is Arabic, but English is widely understood and always used by Pulse staff in their place of work.

Working in the Middle East has many advantages, allowing you to immerse yourself in a new culture, enjoy glorious sunshine and perhaps even learn a new language, all while furthering your career. Given that the accommodation is paid for, and that rates of pay are excellent, many expats choose to work in Qatar for a period to save money and return home having done exactly that. Being located in the Middle East also means many holiday destinations in Africa, India, Australia and South East Asia are a short distance away so you can see the world while working abroad.  

In 2014, Qatar launched a modesty campaign to remind tourists of the modest dress code. Western female visitors and residents are advised to avoid leggings, miniskirts, sleeveless dresses, shorts or tight clothing in public. Men are advised against wearing shorts and sleeveless t-shirts.  

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