The emirate took 19th place in the global ranking, ahead of Washington (25th place), Tokyo (43rd place), Frankfurt (37th place), Paris (36th place) and Brussels (27th place) , and became the leader in the ranking in the Middle East region.
Compared to last year, Dubai climbed 10 lines up: in 2012, it ranked 29th. This rating also takes into account the risks that organizations face when hiring or transferring personnel in 138 cities around the world. In particular, demographic factors, access to education, talent development, the level of employment and government regulation are analyzed.
It should be noted that for the second year in a row, this ranking is led by New York, followed by Singapore, Toronto, Montreal and London.