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Premier Recruitment announces fresh Construction, Airport, and Taxi Driver jobs in the Middle East

KAMPALA – Premier Recruitment Limited, Uganda’s most trusted labour export firm has announced fresh jobs seeking to recruit Ugandans to work as construction assistants, airport workers, and taxi drivers in the middle east.

According to Premier Recruitment, Male candidates are invited to apply for Construction Assistants jobs and these will be placed in Qatar earning a monthly salary of UGX1,000,000 which comes with an overtime allowance.

Another batch of male candidates for the Taxi Drivers job slots will earn a salary of UGX 3,000,000 and these will work in AbuDhabi, while Airport Workers will be placed in Dubai earning a salary is UGX1,000,000 plus overtime allowance.

Furthermore, the company adds that successful candidates for the above jobs will enjoy fringe benefits that come along with the salary and overtime allowance, among which include; free meals, free transport, free accommodation, free medical insurance.

Requirements needed for one to apply for these job slots are; a valid passport, an Up-to-date CV, and one must be aged 21 to 40 years.

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All interested applicants can reach out to Premier Recruitment Limited on company contacts; 0707 555001/0707555018 or visit the company head offices in Kampala at Crane Chambers House, 1st Floor, opposite City Square.

Why choose Premier Recruitment Ltd?

Premier Recruitment is fully licensed with the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development for both Internal and External recruitment and work with clients in various industries.

The company is committed to helping reduce the high employment rate in Uganda by providing suitable job opportunities to unemployed Ugandans by partnering with reputable organizations and agencies in Uganda and internationally to ensure it offers its candidates empowering compliant and suitable roles.

According to the World Bank and IMF Balance of Payments as well as Bank of Uganda data, personal remittances to Uganda have grown by 174.6 percent from $451.6 million (Shs1.66 trillion) in 2007 to $1.24 billion (Shs4.5 trillion) in 2017, but our neighbours, Kenya raked in $1.962 billion (UShs7.2 trillion) in 2017 and $2.5 billion (Shs9.2 trillion) in 2018.

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Diaspora remittances to Uganda are equivalent to 30 percent of Uganda’s traditional export earnings- $3.4 billion (Shs12.5 trillion) in 2017 and $3.6 billion (Shs13.2 trillion) in 2018 and almost 3 times bigger than coffee export receipts- $555.4 million (Shs2 trillion) in 2017 and $436.4 million (Shs1.6 trillion) in 2018.


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