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Bankers and other financial professionals in the Middle East are seeking new jobs even as those reporting an increased bonus for 2013 was higher than in other global financial centers, according to eFinancialCareers.Bonuses rose for half of Middle East finance professionals, compared with 49 percent in the U.K., 47 percent in the U.S. and Hong Kong and 42 percent in Singapore.A total of 44 percent said they were somewhat or very happy with their base salary, based on a survey of 532 finance professionals in the United Arab Emirates in March. EFinance, a financial careers website, said 223 of the professionals questioned knew the amount of their 2013 bonus.For associates, fixed pay in the UAE was $107,000, compared with $108,000 in London, while bonuses of $40,000 in the U.K. were about 29 percent higher.
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