20 Worst Cities to Work Around the World

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 20 November 2012, 12:41 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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2. Jakarta, Indonesia:

Jakarta, Indonesia’s cultural, economic and political centre is the second worst place to work in the world.

Constant threat of violence from extremist groups, pollution, risk of disease, poor sanitation, and excessive population are some of the factors to be considered before deciding to work in Jakarta.

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3. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

Working in the capital city of Saudi Arabia is not easy. The possibility of a terrorist attack is an everlasting threat, while restriction on dress, conduct, movement, food, alcohol and communication hinders an employee’s life after work. In addition, harsh climate, inadequate housing, political violence, stringent laws and moral religious codes of this conservative country pose serious threat to employees work-life balance.

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4. Almaty, Kazakhstan:

Working in Almaty, the largest, most developed, and most culturally and ethnically diverse city of Kazakhstan has got its own challenges. The city’s remoteness is a major area of concern to outsiders. Other significant concerns include inadequate infrastructure, high crime rate, pollution, poor medical and educational facilities, threat of disease, and difficulty in communication are the reasons not to work in Almaty.

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Reader's comments(2)
1: Worst Report ever seen in the world.....The places in Europe are not included in the survey since no jobs are available there.
Posted by:Anoop - 28 Nov, 2012
2: Well Written..
Posted by:anand - 20 Nov, 2012