Global Job Markets

Saudi Arabia : 

Saudi Arabia offers many job opportunities for those who are looking for work. The Saudi Arabian job market can be divided into two main sectors: the private sector and the public sector. The private sector includes businesses that are owned by Saudi Arabian citizens, while the public sector includes government-owned businesses. The best way to find a job in Saudi Arabia is to network with people you know. Many jobs are not advertised, so it is important to talk to people who might be able to help you find a position. Another recognised and trusted method is through recruitment companies. Companies who have ties and link ups for Saudi Arabian employers.


Recruitment Agency India or مكتب استقدام في الهند  usually take care of all legal procedures for candidates. From resume correction, scheduling interviews with the client, making sure candidates are well versed with company rules and regulations, applying visas, wakala (specifically for Saudi), passport submissions and ticketing. Manpower First which is based in Mumbai with branches all across India is one of the most reputed Overseas Manpower Recruitment company which serves G.C.C and European job markets. A trusted manpower provider with more than +35 years of experience. They can be found at

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) : 

The GCC labour market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.60% between 2024 and 2032. The market is being driven by increasing demand for labour to boost economic and industrial development, favourable labour laws in the region, and growing workforce. Based on employment, the market is segmented into unskilled, clerical, management, skilled, and professional. On the basis of end use, the market is classified into oil and gas, infrastructure, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, retail, logistics, telecom, and agriculture, among others. Based on country of origin, the market is categorised into India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South East Asia, and European Union, among others. By country, the GCC market for labour is divided into Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, and Bahrain.

Europe :

Europe is the most popular job destination for Indians due to high salaries, quality of life, abundant job opportunities, and the chance to settle permanently. According to the European Commission, there were over 400,000 job openings in Europe in 2022. IT, healthcare, education, engineering, business and management are the most in-demand sectors in Europe.

Europe is suffering from a major labour market imbalance. While there are widespread staff shortages in many industries, in others, there is a surplus of skilled workers and too few jobs.

The European employment services network found that the EU’s 27 member states plus Norway and Switzerland experienced labour shortages in the second and third quarter of 2022 while 24 of these countries experienced labour surpluses. A labour shortage can occur when there is an insufficient number of skilled persons willing to accept specific roles in a particular field in a set location.  A labour surplus occurs when there is a higher number of skilled persons looking for work within a particular industry than there are roles available.