The State of Kuwait is more westernized than Saudi Arabia, but more subdued than the United Arab Emirates. And despite its infamous past as a victim of Iraqi aggression, Kuwait gives a sense of peace and calm.
The State of Kuwait gained its independence from Britain in 1961. It is a compact country, just smaller than New Jersey, with a more relaxed vibe than Saudi Arabia, and a somewhat more conservative flavor than the UAE and Qatar. more
The State of Kuwait is a constitutional emirate with a parliamentary system of government. To learn more about the way the political system of Kuwait is organized, read on. more
Find out the size of the populations of the Gulf countries — Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, and Kuwait — and how many expatriates are working in these countries. more
Cancer is a worldwide problem. Take a look at some WHO cancer statistics for the USA, Canada, the UK, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, and Kuwait. more
Thinking of applying for a healthcare position in the Middle East? It may be easier than you think. Call us at 1-800-387-4616, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or read on to learn about the steps involved in the recruitment process to work in the Middle East. more
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