A report recently published in Arab News (http://www.arabnews.com/news/514991) reveals a growing trend among the Saudi workforce. In a survey conducted by Aruba Network (website) shows a significant preferences over mobile adaptation especially in work.


Some of the results from the survey are as follows; 

  • Nearly 40 percent of Saudi respondents said they prefer working from home two to three days a week than receive a 10 percent higher salary.
  • Over one-third (34 percent) would rather have their employer pay for the smartphone of their choice than accept a five percent hike in salary.

• About 59 percent believe they work most efficiently before 9am or after 6pm rather than traditional working hours.
• About 66 percent of the respondents want their cars connected.
• About 35 percent want their clothes, shoes or kitchen appliances like cookers and fridges to be connected in the next five years.
• More than half (51 percent) wanted to bring their own device to work rather than have an office with a window.
• About 62 percent would rather have their company pay for their choice of device than provide them with lunch.
• More than half (55 percent) expect their number of remote working hours to increase in the next 12 months.
• About 65 percent of respondents in Saudi Arabia prefer Wi-Fi at the expense of other connections (4G, 3G or wired).
• Eight-five percent declared that their mobile devices help them manage their lives.


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