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Those opposed to this view level the charge of ‘racism,’ which is an accusation that has no place in this country.

There are also those who raise the issue of discrimination between citizens and expatriates in matters that affect state sovereignty with respect to the employment of its citizens.

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…The total workforce of nationals in the private sector, which is the primary supporter of the country’s economy, has not exceeded one percent since the formation of the country.

To date, this crisis persists and has not been resolved in favor of citizens, despite decisions for nationalization of jobs in several sectors of the economy, as part of a gradual policy of nationalization.

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Native UAE citizens account for only ten percent of the population. Unemployment is a major problem because, since the formation of the country, UAE citizens were only one percent of the private sector workforce. It’s historic role as a hub for trade is one of them.You can also use our Albanian chat rooms to meet Single Albanian men & women.Don't forget, our site is free to join and thousands of single Albanian women are waiting for chatting with you! The country has an honorable and bright political history of implementing policies for enabling citizens to get a suitable job in their homeland because it knows well that its citizens have never worked and will not work outside the country…In the past, officials responsible for nationalization and employment have said that jobs are available…However, this employment generation does not adequately benefit the national citizen whose proportion to the expatriate labor force is very less and the current flaw in the labor market is not better than the demographic anomalies in the UAE society.The result is that the finding jobs for nationals—whose numbers have increased with expansion in education—is becoming increasingly difficult.