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UAE hailed as most desirable place to live says Arab youth

For the eleventh year running, the UAE has maintained its top position as the nation where young Arabs like to take up residence.

The Arab Youth Survey found that people aged 18 to 24 would also like their nations to follow the path of the UAE.

The results came from in-person interviews with 3,400 Arabs in 17 Middle Eastern and North African nations. The annual poll is created by the public relations firm Asda’a BCW in Dubai.

When asked where they would most like to live, it was discovered that 57% selected the UAE.

Following this, 24% chose the United States, and 20% chose Canada. At 15%, France and Germany were equal in fourth place.

Vice President and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, praised the UAE’s top ranking.

He emphasized that more than 50% of those surveyed in the area felt that their nation’s economy was not headed on the right path and that 45% were actively seeking to leave or were seriously considering it.

He stated on Twitter that “the economy comes above everything else.”

The study cited the UAE’s expanding economy, security, generous pay scales, variety of opportunities, and strong leadership as factors that kept the country at the top. BKM/Expat Media

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