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Apple advertises more jobs in the UAE

Vacancies the iPhone maker is looking to fill include "Expert" and "Genius"

Apple advertises more jobs in the UAE
Apple is in the process of opening up the world's largest Apple Store in Dubai or Abu Dhabi.

Apple is advertising several positions in the UAE, in sales, marketing and retail functions.

The company is looking to fill vacancies in its corporate and retail departments in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, with job titles such as "Expert" and "Genius".

The salaries for the roles have not been specified but according to website Business Vibes, an industrial designer is the highest paid on the list, which is based on the figures taken from GlassDoor.

According to the report, an industrial designer earns an average of AED 51,000 per month, however, these figures are based on the data that was shared voluntarily by anonymous Apple employees on the GlassDoor website.

Salaries of employees in the US and may differ from those employed in the UAE and elsewhere.

It has been reported that Apple is in the process of opening up the world's largest Apple Store in Dubai or Abu Dhabi. The company has also recently opened its regional headquarters in Emaar Square in Dubai, and has several vacancies lined up for jobs at the regional HQ.

Positions like business specialist, creative (instructor), inventory specialist, Apple Store leader program, business manager, service specialist, PR manager, budget coordinator are currently being advertised to candidates.

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