How UAE expats earning less than 5,000AED a month live – and save

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Jeremiah Jasher Johnraj, marketing manager at a recruitment company in Dubai, breaks it down to specific income brackets and what profession is most likely to fall within each category. It surely takes a whole lot of discipline to be on such a tight budget and live under your means as it is certainly possible to get distracted by the lavish lifestyle that Dubai has to offer. However, there are heroes who have mastered the art of saving despite being within the lower income brackets. Expats within the low income bracket explain their strategies and provide anecdotes in terms of their saving habits!

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