A trip to a Middle East hotel is like an overnight trip to your local zoo.
That’s why there are so many hotel jobs available online.
The job listings in the region’s most popular job board are filled with travel nursing positions.
But it can be difficult to find the right job if you’re not fluent in Arabic, English or other local languages.
That makes it tough for people who might be looking for a better-paying job, said Shadi Nasser, an Arabic language instructor at the University of California, Irvine.
“When you’re a traveler and you get into a hotel, you want to have the right language skills,” Nasser said.
Nasser has been teaching English as a second language to foreign students for three years and said the job postings on the site were particularly confusing.
She said people were using the job search site to compare jobs, but she didn’t get a good grasp of what they were looking for.
For example, some jobs said they were a travel nurse, but others were for an executive assistant or a flight attendant.
“You don’t know if you’ll get the job or not,” Narson said.
The site’s search engine, called JU, is designed to provide a more accurate picture of what job postings might be available in certain regions.
But when it comes to jobs that require some degree of fluency in Arabic and other languages, it’s unclear how JU measures the skill sets of its users.
The U.S. Department of Labor does not track fluency of job seekers on its website.
The agency has said it doesn’t track the fluency levels of job applicants on its job board.
Job boards also use a formula to determine whether someone qualifies for the job.
The formula looks at the average number of hours an applicant has worked in a position in a year, whether they have been in the U.A.E., Canada or the U