Kuwait is one of the strongest economies in the Middle East, with Kuwait accounting for more than 10% of the world's oil reserves. Kuwait has many industries that depend mainly on oil, such as energy production, heavy industries and oil industries.
Kuwait has a desert nature that makes it unsuitable for agricultural projects and has no direct natural source of water. This makes the idea of obtaining fresh water difficult, leads to the seawater desalination industry is active to obtain drinking water, which is reflected positively in the provision of drinking water, and lots of jobs.
For a long time, Kuwait has been one of the most powerful countries in the Middle East in terms of economic field. It has also sought to open several development projects and carry out many economic reforms aimed at ending the heavy reliance on oil revenues as a major source of finance.
Kuwait is one of the world's most per capita countries and one of the world's largest producers and consumers of electricity.
The large projects that the State of Kuwait has been providing have allowed many different jobs in a variety of fields. The most important of these areas:
Oil and energy fields
Different engineering areas
Health and nursing sectors
Commerce, small and medium industries
Marketing and retailing
Accounting and auditing fields
Air and space defense field
Building and construction
Real estate field
Agriculture and livestock sector
Kuwait Capital: Kuwait is the most crowded and most expensive city in Kuwait, and offering great work opportunities in many fields.
Al-Farwaniyah: It comes again after Kuwait in terms of providing jobs.
City of Ahmadi
The city of Jahra
In general, the vast majority of Kuwaitis are concentrated in government jobs and administrative sectors only, which has increased the burden on the state budget.
The trend in Kuwait has increased in recent period to raise the number of Kuwaitis working in the service sectors, banking, private sector and the business sector.
In addition, the legislative institutions are moving towards enacting legislation and laws that will allow the gradual introduction of Kuwaitis into the fields of energy, industry and other areas in which the local labor force is almost absent.
Nevertheless, dependence on expatriate labor remains the most prominent image in Kuwait, due to many different factors in the Kuwaiti economy.
Kuwait is keen to develop many laws and legislations that guarantee the rights of the labor force, whether local or foreign, as well as many laws and legislations that create a suitable working environment for employees.
Kuwait has many different nationalities from many countries around the world, but the vast majority who coming to Kuwait from Southeast Asia:
In addition, Kuwait is one of the most Gulf countries with Arab labor:
In addition, there are a small number of Western workers in Kuwait:
Other countries whose citizens have oil and non-oil projects in Kuwait