'Oh, and you'll have 4 months holidays. Every year.'
Kuwait does not have the westernised culture of Dubai, the ostentatious wealth of Qatar or perhaps the rugged beauty of Oman, but therein lies its special attraction.
Because of its perceived lack of 'distractions' from work, your target market of English-speaking expatriates is paid significantly more per head than in neighbouring countries. And earned income in Kuwait is tax free.
Furthermore, there are no utilities bills in Kuwait, therefore beyond paying for your rent, petrol at 13 pence per litre, food and telephone, all earned income is disposable. A typical expatriate teacher could have Â£1000- Â£2000 spare disposable income each month. The typical oil worker could have up to 5 or 6 times that amount. ... Read on...
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