The UAE and GCC’s education sector holds bright prospects for teachers and the other general administration staff as demand will grow in coming years in line with surge in population across the region.
MR Raghu, managing director of Marmore Mena Intelligence, says shortage of qualified staff is still a challenge faced by many institutions in the UAE. Private players need to offer salaries above the global average to attract quality staff. Over the period of next 3 years, about 10,000 staff are expected to be recruited.
“Despite the projected entry of more players into the education sector, the demand is also expected to grow in the coming years. Thereby, the tuition fee is highly unlikely to decrease and is expected to grow at the existing rate,” he said.
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