Lebanon's free-market economy has no restrictions on commerce or commercial transactions. Capital, products, and services are freely flowing in. Some of the most in-demand talents in Lebanon include:
- Skilled Agricultural and fisheries workers
- Sales workers
- IT professionals
- Hospitality (Travel agents, Chefs)
- Clerical support workers
Every city provides passionate job searchers with several options. Each city may specialize in a distinct industry.
- Beirut is Lebanon's biggest city and the country's capital. Because of its numerous banks and companies, the city is vital to Lebanon's economy. The city's two primary industries are banking and tourism. Trade, publishing, and other businesses are also included. The tourist industry is the city's primary source of income. The average yearly wage in this city is roughly US $39,870.
- Tripoli is the country's second-largest city. Commerce, agriculture, the soap business, and the Arabic sweets industry are the primary industries. The yearly wage here is roughly $21,787 USD.
- Sidon is a metropolitan city and the country's third biggest. Telecommunications and education are two of the city's primary sectors. The average yearly wage in this city is roughly $15,500 USD.