Dubai is one of the wealthiest cities in the world, and the most highly populated city in the United Emirates; itself one of the richest countries in the world. It therefore stands to reason that there must be a lot of money to be made working in Dubai, especially if you have the right job.

Just to prove the point, we’ve put together a list of the Top 10 Highest Paid Jobs currently/recently (depending on when you read this) available in Dubai. Of course, if you want to find a job in Dubai, it’s best to go through a recruitment agency with expert local knowledge and connections; organisations like Randstad MENAcan be essential to finding a job in the far away, affluent climes of Dubai.

(Salaries are displayed annually)

10. Asset Manager

1020000 AED (£224,720)

Offering analysis and advice on investments, you’ll need to ensure that facts and figures are easily understood and assimilated by clients, while also having impeccable financial knowledge. This is a high-pressure role, so as well as people skills and financial understanding; you’ll also have to deal with the responsibility of dealing with extremely large sums of money! You’ll also generally need some accreditation or recognised qualification, such as a Financial Conduct Authority recognised qualification.

960000 AED  (£2121,076)

9. Sales Vice President

1080000 £239,650

A VP of Sales is usually a very experienced and excellent salesman. First and foremost they are in charge of delivering revenue. This could be defined as cash, growth, market share or profits. Whatever it is they need to deliver on key metrics to show that they are doing their jobs and helping the company achieve its objectives.

They plan and direct sales strategies to decide which markets to expand into and how much money they should invest in resources. They also supervise sales managers to ensure that sales and product development strategies are being implemented properly.

Prev1 of 5
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse


Write A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.