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Graduates in Dubai hit by oil slump   

Low oil prices are having an impact on jobs in Dubai. CNN's Jon Jensen reports.


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[Homework]2016-03-20&03-22 迪拜私营企业经营活动放缓

Getting your first job out of college is never easy, but when oil prices are down in the oil rich gulf, it can be especially tough, Rameez T is on the hunt right now at the Dubai career fair, the Pakistani expat got a degree in engineering six months ago, but hasn't had a single lead yet.
Everywhere I applied, it's rejection, it's either the word regret or we inform you, we regret to inform you unfortunately, this is something that really hurts now, every single place that I put my CV on, it's the same story.
T is one of hundreds of recent graduates braving long lines here, resumes in hand, desperate to find something, anything. Crowded job fairs like this one are increasingly common as are concerns that cheap oil means the days of secure jobs with big salaries are over.
It's very confusing right now.
Panic a lot, panic and depress to be honest.
The UAE says the job market as a whole here has never been better, with nearly 6% gain in skilled labor last year over 2014, but across the gulf, the slump has led to layoffs, especially in the oil and gas sector.
I just spoke with one young petroleum engineer recently unemployed, now he didn't want to appear on camera, but off camera, he told me that in the past five months, he sent out 20 resumes a day, and not one response.
Jaya B set up this fair, she says there is no reason to panic yet.
There are * full of opportunities if you are a smart and * job hunter, to target the right position and get aligned with the job market, you'll always be able to find a good opportunity.
T is not so sure, he grew up here and never imagined he'd struggle to make ends meet in his own city.
We are hoping that oil prices will recover and we will eventually find ourselves good better jobs for which we study so hard for.
And if that fails he says there is always grad school.
John J, CNN, Dubai.

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Getting you first job about college is never easy, but when oil price down in oil rich gulf, it can be a specially tough, F T is on the hunting right now does Dubai career fair, the Pakistani expat got a degree in engineer in six month ago but hasn’t had a single lead yet.
Everywhere I applied , it’s rejection, it’s either the word regret or we inform you, we regret inform you, unfortunately this something that really hurts now, very single palce that I put my CD on, it’s same story .
T is one of hundreds of recent gruduates braving lines here, resume in hand desperate to find something anything. Crowd job fair like this one are increasely common, as us concerns the cheap oil means days secury job with big salaries are over
It’s very confusing right now
Panic a lot, panic depress to be honest The UAE says the job markets as a whole here has never been better with nearly six percent gain in the skill labour last over 2014. but cross gulf, the slump led to laid-off especially in oil and gas sector.
I just spoken one young petroleum engineer recently unemployed, now he didn’t appear on camera but off camera he told me that in past five months he sent out 20 resumes a day and no one response.
G B set up this fair, she says there are no reasons to panic yet
There are no *** right opportunities is, if you are smart enough as a job hunter to talk the right position and get a line to the job market, you are obviously able to find a good opportunnity.
T is not so sure. He grow up here and never image he struggled to make ends meet in his own city.
If you’re hoping that oil price will recover, and we will eventually find ourselves good better jobs which we study to hard for?
And if that fails he says there are all with grad school
John J CNN Duhai
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homework---Getting your first job out of collage is never easy. But when oil prices are down in the oil rich gulf, it can be really tough. The Pakistan expect got degree in engineering in 6 months ago but hasn't had a single leaf yet. Everywhere I apply, it's rejection, the word regret or inform you regret inform you unfortunately, this is something that really hurt now. Everything that I put my CV on, it's a same story. T. is one of hundreds of recent graduate brave in long lines here, resume in hand, desperate to find something, anything. Crowded job feels like this one are increasingly common. As our concerns that cheap oil means the day of secure jobs with big salaries are over. It's very confusing right now. Panic, panic and depress. The UAE says the job market as a whole here has never been better. But nearly 6% gain in skilled labor last year over 2014. But across the gulf this slump is led to lay off especially in the oil and gas sector. I just spoke to one young ...in engineer recently on employ now, he didn't want to up there on camera, but off camera he told me that in the past five months, he sent out 20 resumes a day. And not one responses. J. set up this file. She says there is no reason to panic. There are no ...for opportunities if you are smart in the... job hunter. To talk to the right position and get a line to the job market, you are ...able to find good opportunity. T. not a sure. He grew up here and never imagined his struggle to make ends meet in his own city. You are hoping that all prices are recovered, and we'll eventually find us ..good, better jobs for which we study too hard for. And if that fails, he says, there are always grate school. John, CNN. Dubai.
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Getting your first job out of colleges is never easy. But when oil prices are down in the oil rich gulf, it can be especially tough.
Remeeze Tark is on the hunt right now at this Dubai career fair, the Pakistan expat got a degree in engineering six months ago, but hasn’t had a single lead yet.
“Everywhere i applied, it’s rejection. It’s either the word regret or we inform, we regret to inform you unfortunately. This is something that really hurts now. Every single place i put my cv on, it’s the same story.”
Tark is one of hundreds of recent graduates braving long lines here. Resume in hand, desperate to find something, anything. Crowded job fairs like this one are increasingly common. As our concerns, the cheap oil means the days of secure jobs with big salaries are over.
“It’s very confusing right now.”
“Panic a lot, panic and depress to be honest.”
The UAE says the job market, as a whole, has never been better. The nearly 60% gain in scale labor last year over 2014. But across the gulf, the slump has led to lay off, especially in the oil and gas sector.
“I just spoke to one young petroleum engineer recently unemployed now. He didn’t want to appear on the camera, but off camera, he told me that in the past five months, he sent out 20 resumes a day, and now none response.”
Jasia Batua set up about this atmosphere. She says there is no reason to panic yet.
“There are no matter though right opportunities. If you are a smart enough as a job hunter, to target the right position and get aligned to the job market, you’ll always be able to find a good opportunity. ”
Tark is not so sure. He grew up here and never imaged had struggle to make ends meet in his own city.
“We are hoping that oil prices will recover and we will eventually find ourselves good jobs for which we study so hard for.”
And if that fails, he says there is always grad school.
John Jonson, CNN, Dubai.
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