QATAR, Qatar — The Qatari government’s recruitment agency says its new Qatari agents can work for just $3.80 an hour, and that they’re not required to register with any state agency or government body.QATAR — The Qatar Government of Islamic Affairs and Islamic Business Agency (QGIBAA) is aiming to open 100 agents in the United States this year, including one in New York, and has set up a recruitment website for the Qatari service.
The agency says it’s “committed to opening new offices across the United State” to help promote Qatar as an international center for business and finance.
But in an interview with The Wall St. Journal, QGIBDA said it doesn’t need to register its agents with any government body, including the State Department, as long as they can “pass a background check” and pass an “in-person interview.”
It also said it’s open to recruiting new agents if they meet the agency’s strict requirements.
Qatar’s Qatari agent website says it will help people “be the first to hear about new products, services and events, as well as make connections.”QATAS, Qatar: The Qatar government of Islamic affairs and Islamic business agency (QGBIAA) says its Qatari services can work up to three hours a day for $3 a hour, while other services will be available for free.QGBAA is one of Qatar’s largest recruitment agencies.
It was established in 2012 by the government to help people in Qatar.QGGBAA said it is open to all professions and has “specialized in business services, international marketing, HR, accounting, marketing, and international sales, aswell as marketing and accounting services for Qatari companies.”
It doesn’t require anyone to register for its agents, it said.QGABAA is based in New Jersey, but it’s been open for three years.
It says it has more than 1,500 agents in 25 countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.QGANDA, Qatar – QGANDA is an English-language recruitment agency in Qatar and a registered foreign agent in the US.
Its website says its agents are able to work for $5.60 an hour.
It says it operates in a “complex global market,” and that its agents work with companies, governments, educational institutions, financial institutions and others in the region and beyond.QAGA, Qatar-The Qatari Government of International Affairs and International Business Agency, also known as QGAIBAA, says its services range from $5 to $8 an hour and are available to anyone.QBAI has been in operation since 2013.
It operates offices in several US states and Qatar’s capital, Doha.
Its agents work on a “properly structured, full-time basis” with an “excellent reputation,” the company says on its website.QABI has “many international partners, including major corporations, state agencies, international organizations and business associations.”
It said its “international agents are certified to work in the U.S., Canada, the U and UK.”QABUBA, Qatar (CNNMoney.com) — Qatar’s government-run Qatari agency says that its new agents can earn $5 an hour from the state.
Qatari officials say they’re opening up Qatari-based companies to work as agents in New Hampshire and New York state, and are seeking applications from people in the states to join their agencies.QALQAB, Qatar, Qatar’s biggest city, is about 100 miles east of Doha and is a popular destination for people looking for jobs.
It’s home to Qatari embassies, which are located in many cities, and a U.N. mission.QAPA, Qatari Agency for International Education and Business, also called QABAQAP, QATAB, QGANAA and QAGA are Qatar-based recruiting agencies that work with more than 10,000 companies.QARABA, QGABA, and QGABAA all say they are open to working for anyone who can pass an interview, and work on “a fully structured, professional and structured training program.”
They have offices in New Zealand, Spain and the Netherlands.QATT, Qatar.
Qatar’s Ministry of the Interior says its government-owned recruitment agency QATT can work “up to two hours a week for $4 an hour” for a fee.QABTA is the name of Qatar-registered companies that provide online training to QATAS and QGBAA agents.
The companies, all QATSA-registered, have offices throughout Qatar and are registered to U.K. companies.
The Qatar government of International Cooperation in the Middle East and Africa has launched its own