Chart: Concerns, Raising Children in the UAE

The biggest reasons parents claim to have about bringing up their children in the United Arab Emirates, according to the WSA Happiness Survey 2019. Note, less parents are worried than at any time before.
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Caption: The biggest concern for parents is actually that children growing up in the country are so well looked after and protected, they "do not learn to be self dependent". Other worries, are an awareness that tertiary education in the emirates is an Achilles heel (15.65%), and a concern for the future employment of children post university (12.85%).

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