Tuesday 17, June 2014 by Robin Amlôt

Over half of financial professionals in the Middle East are job hunting

Global Career Satisfaction & Retention Survey by eFinancialCareers  reveals nearly three quarters (72 per cent) of finance professionals in the Middle East suffer some level of burnout, with nearly two in10 (19 per cent) complaining of total burnout.  Unsurprisingly, the Middle East financial markets have the highest proportion of professionals actively seeking alternative employment, 53 per cent against 36 per cent globally.

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