For The Eight Year Running Arab Youth Choose Dubai As The Top City To Live
This significant piece of annual research paints an interesting picture
The annual Arab Youth Survey that reviews 15 countries in the region has been released.
The 11th Annual ASDA'A BCW Arab Youth Survey is the region's largest survey of its kind of the region's largest demographic...its youth.
The well-established list was even commented on by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai who noted in a tweet that the biggest issues and concerns for youth are unemployment and living expenses while commending Dubai as the choice city to live, telling the youth Dubai is simply part of 'a beautiful Arab world that will continue prospering with your energy and aspirations'.
I reviewed the Arab Youth Survey that includes 15 countries. The most pressing issues among the youth is unemployment and rising living expenses. About 80% voiced concerns over education quality and over 50% pointed to mental health issues & easier drug access in their countries.— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) April 30, 2019
65% of the Arab population is under the age of thirty - that's 200 million Arab Youth...
An it is key for crucial decision makers to understand this audience, hence creating this important annual survey that includes 3,300 face to face interviews across 15 countries.
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The survey includes questions like 'what is the governments role in creating opportunity for youth?', 'an opinion on whether conflict in the region will end', 'the Arab Youth opinion of US and Russia', 'what country would Arab Youth like to live in' and what do you trust more, social or traditional media?'
For the eight year running, Arab Youth choose Dubai as the top city to live
For the 8th year, the Arab youth finds the UAE the best place to work & live in, followed by Canada, the US and Britain. My message to them is the UAE was & will always be your country, a part of a beautiful Arab world that will continue prospering with your energy & aspirations.— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) April 30, 2019
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