Jobs in Manama Bahrain
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in Bahrain. Current hot employment categories in Bahrain.
- Accountancy & Finance
- Building & Construction
- Call Centre/Telesales
- Hotel & Catering
- HR & Training
- Health & Medical
- Information Technology
- Insurance (General)
- Leisure & Tourism
- Manufacturing & Production
- Marketing/ PR /Media
- Planning & Design
- Transport & Logistics
- Warehouse & Industrial
Latest News and Resources
Expat employment 40 percent higher than nationals -23/10/2013
More jobs underway for women in Bahrain -16/10/2013
5 percent growth in Bahrain salaries likely in 2014 -11/9/2013
Expat labour fee to curb unemployment among nationals -21/8/2013
Unified GCC regulation likely for recruitment of housekeepers -27/3/2013
Career Expo unveiled in Hamad Town -6/2/2013
Online employment portal signs deal with Tamkeen -23/11/2012
Lowest salary growth projections for 2013 -14/11/2012
New Tamkeen project to offer professional training to job seekers -7/11/2012
Bahrain job market stable -22/8/2012
Bahrainis to bridge educational and employment gap in the job market -10/8/2012
More than 3500 job losses likely in construction sector -15/6/2012
Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix set to add 3000 new jobs in Bahrain -28/3/2012
New Industrial parks open up jobs galore for Bahrain nationals -9/3/2012
Crisis affects construction sector in Bahrain; job losses likely -15/3/2011
20,000 new government jobs likely to open up in Bahrain -8/3/2011
Basic pay of Gulf employees likely to grow by 6% to 7% in 2011 -22/2/2011
One-third of Middle East firms still offer special expat packages -15/12/2010
Annual Career Expo 2010 opens in Bahrain -9/11/2010
Jobs4Bahrainis.com proves highly successful -27/10/2010
Tips to stay motivated during the job hunt
1 Establish objectives
What motivates us is achievement, so keep your goals realistic and stick to them, For example, avoid planning 27 calls in one day - you'll get depressed if you don't achieve that goal. Instead, set realistic objectives, make lists and take a red pen and draw a line through every goal you reach during the day.
2 Keep Notes
Staying organized about where and when you've sent your CV will make the follow-up easier. Keep notes of all phone calls and correspondence as well as your research.
3 Strengthen your confidence
Don't put your life on hold during this transition time. You'll walk into interviews that much more confident and at ease.
4 Maintain a Routine
It's very important to maintain a routine while you're job hunting.
5 Put on a Happy Face
It's hard to keep it all in perspective sometimes, but keeping a positive attitude is crucial.
6 Phone a friend
Speak to a friend on a regular basis. Tell him or her about your search and what kind of feedback you've gotten. Make sure you have a designated time, whether at the end of the day or once a week, to talk with your trusted advisor.
7 Set aside time
Be realistic about how much time you need to spend on your job search so you won't overestimate what you can get done or get discouraged when you never finish your to-do list. Schedule website job searches in your appointment book, says
Get together with friends once a week or once a month to update each other on your job search and cheer each other on.