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Old Jun 10th 2008, 3:41 pm
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hi.....family looking for a change,been offered jobs in sydney,but maybe too much like new zealand and other countries we have lived in.......thinking about dubai now............been told that i should easily get 60,000 dirham per month....with all relocation costs,flights etc etc..............is this enough to have a good lifestyle on...we are family of 4...2 kids under 10....would want good schools.............any advice would be great as i'm a 'newie' to this part of the world.......cheers.
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Old Jun 10th 2008, 3:43 pm
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hiya big...please so a search on this subject....loads and loads and loads of recent info on this...plus there is also the wiki to look at, see top of the forum page...
after that...we'll answer all your questions...
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Originally Posted by MataHari View Post
hiya big...please so a search on this subject....loads and loads and loads of recent info on this...plus there is also the wiki to look at, see top of the forum page...
after that...we'll answer all your questions...
If he sees the last thread on this subject, he shouldnt have any questions....

Short answer is YES!!!
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Is the 60,000 inclusive of schooling, housing flights allowances?
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Aren't we all such helpful people
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Is the 60,000 inclusive of schooling, housing flights allowances?
60,000 is basic salary.....flights,bonus and some school fee's go on top.....
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Well in that case no problem at all go for it
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60,000 is basic salary.....flights,bonus and some school fee's go on top.....
thats load's o'f mone'y.
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60,000 is basic salary.....flights,bonus and some school fee's go on top.....
if you don't want it..... I'll have a go at the job!
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60,000 is basic salary.....flights,bonus and some school fee's go on top.....
can I ask what your profession is, out of curiosity !!
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Originally Posted by the big nowhere View Post
60,000 is basic salary.....flights,bonus and some school fee's go on top.....
Are accommodation and transportation allowances included in this 60,000?
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can I ask what your profession is, out of curiosity !!
Thinking Attilla might have a crack at it, BC???
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Thinking Attilla might have a crack at it, BC???
Either that or she will get Nowhere.......
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Are accommodation and transportation allowances included in this 60,000?

no they are extra i think...

surely the o/p knows that 60K equates to approx 8500GBP ish a month in hand.

personally i wouldnt get out of bed for that money..Purely because to earn it id have to work bloody 24hrs a day is some godawful slum of a country..

Go for it..
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