Why work in Riyadh?

Riyadh is home to the National Museum, the Masmak Fortress, and the Kingdom Centre, with its spectacular skybridge worth a visit. Take a guided day trip through the spectacular Arabian Desert or do as the locals do – eat and shop. Expat women should be careful to enter the ‘family section’ of shops and restaurants, however Kingdom Mall has a ladies’ floor where you can take off your abaya.

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 Riyadh 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. 

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