Indians working in GCC countries are a happy lot.
Most Indians working in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have a sense of safety in their host nations and can appreciate agreeable ways of life, as indicated by a survey.
Most Indians working in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have a sense of safety in their host nations and can appreciate agreeable ways of life, as indicated by a review.
"Experts from India dwelling in the GCC countries have a sense of safety, cheerful and satisfied in their host nations," said the review, 'My Yellow Brick Road', led by the Western Union Company, a money related administrations firm.
The study, covering GCC part states Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, was directed in different dialects through different physical and online channels over a six-month time span.
Of the 147 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who participated in the overview, 60 percent positioned well being as the chief purpose behind their feeling of having a place and reconciliation.
This was trailed by 53.7 percent for the solace offered by companionship created in their host nations, and another 53.7 percent said they felt right comfortable in light of the fact that they had the option to appreciate agreeable ways of life.
More than 40 percent of NRIs respondents likewise felt 'significant serenity'.
With a normal age of 29, the NRI respondents said they had by and large accomplished a few objectives, including individual investment funds (63.5%), a superior way of life (46.8%), purchasing a home (40.6%) and paying for training (37.2%).
Right around an equivalent number of respondents said working in the GCC had empowered them to set up their own business and pay off close to home obligations.
Beginning a family and having the option to head out to new places were recorded as different achievements, the review found.
On the expert front, a lion's share (73.7 percent) of NRIs in the GCC see their activity as being 'significant', while 66.5 percent pronounced that they 'appreciate it'.
Numerous respondents said their occupations supplement the host nation's advancement and improvement by the jobs they play in making coordinated network ways of life, building framework, instructing people in the future and empowering the nation understand its financial potential.
"The study exemplifies the encounters and desires of transient Indian experts who go to the Gulf locale looking for better possibilities and better ways of life.
"After some time, these host nations have not just helped them accomplish a large number of their objectives, yet in addition demonstrated to be a genuine home to them," Western Union Managing Director and Regional Vice-President (India and South Asia) Kiran Shetty said.