In 2017, construction workers in Qatar made up only about 10 percent of the workforce, but the sector has grown significantly since then.
Construction is now a major employer for many of the country’s most vulnerable people.
Most of the workers in the construction sector are migrant labourers, many of them from India and Bangladesh.
The number of migrant workers has grown by over 50 percent over the past 10 years.
According to the World Bank, over 30 percent of migrant labour is located in Qatar.
Qatar’s migrant labourer problem has been exacerbated by a lack of affordable housing, which is a major factor behind the construction industry’s precarious situation.
In 2017 the World Economic Forum estimated that over half of Qatar’s population was living in extreme poverty, making it one of the world’s poorest countries.
Qatar has long struggled with a severe labour shortage, with the unemployment rate among migrant labours in the country at over 25 percent.
However, the construction boom has seen a dramatic increase in the number of foreign workers in recent years, particularly from India, China and the United States.
Qatar recently became the first country in the world to pass legislation to allow construction companies to employ foreign workers.
However the country has also been criticised for its treatment of migrant laboures.
The government’s labour laws have been criticised by human rights groups and human rights organisations for being overly restrictive.
According a report from the International Labour Organisation (ILO), there are currently no laws or regulations on working conditions in Qatar, which means that migrant workers can be detained without a legal charge or charge of breaching the law, and the rights of workers to be treated humanely are severely restricted.
According the report, the government has repeatedly failed to respond to calls for better protection of workers, despite the increasing number of international calls for the country to reform its labour laws.
The country has recently seen an increase in cases of workers’ suicides, according to Amnesty International.
Some of the most common causes of death in Qatar are working conditions, including low wages, lack of medical care and abuse of sick leave.
The Gulf state’s economy is expected to grow by 10.5 percent in 2021, making the country one of its fastest growing economies in the region.
The Qatar 2022 World Cup, which will be held in 2022, is expected be a major event in the development of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and is expected have an impact on the countrys economy and the development and sustainability of the construction and construction management industries.
Qatar 2022 is also the biggest sporting event in Qatar at an estimated cost of over US$3 billion.
Qatar will host the event, which begins in the Gulf state on June 14, 2022.
The 2022 World Championship is set to be held from August 9 to September 1, 2022, in which the teams will be determined through the tournament and a final selection of the participating countries will be announced in December 2018.
The organisers have pledged to develop sustainable sports infrastructure to ensure fair and equitable play.
The construction sector is a key part of the state’s economic growth, as construction is a vital component of the government’s budget.
The Construction and Construction Management (CCM) industry employs more than 25,000 people, making up almost a quarter of the total employment in the industry, according the Ministry of Construction.
However as the construction of new infrastructure is one of many sectors in the economy, the number and the number that is being employed by migrant labougers are also growing.
Qataris have been working in the sector for generations, as most of the population were born in the province and were educated there.
The migrant labour market has also become a major source of unemployment for the sector, with migrant labourees now representing about a quarter (23 percent) of the labour force in the Qatar Construction and Land Development (DCLD) sector.
This has been particularly bad for migrant labougemen, as they have been exploited and subjected to low pay and poor working conditions.
This problem has become even more acute in the last decade.
According with the International Labor Organisation, over 50 migrant labouges are employed in the DCLD sector every day.
This is also a significant number considering the average age of a migrant labouger in Qatar is 27 years.
In 2018, the Qatar Government announced a five-year plan to improve migrant labour conditions in the workplace, by setting up a national commission on the issue.
The commission will focus on the employment and conditions of migrant laborers, and its aim is to develop a framework for addressing the issue of migrant labor and improve labour rights and conditions for migrant workers.
In 2019, the Government announced that it was going to start a special training program to train migrant labouemen in the domestic labour sector.
The programme, which has been announced by the Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs (MMS), will be administered by the National Labor Training Centre (NLT) and the Department of Labour and Labour Services.
The program will focus mainly on the recruitment of migrant domestic workers in sectors such as domestic help,