oo nga sis. Medyo maliit nga yan compared sa salary nya ngayon sa pinas. Normally yan ang salary ng mga wifeys dito. Dapat mas mataas kay hubby. I asked my friends about this, kung single status sha ok na yun. Kasi marami din sa kababayan dito na mas mababa pang sweldo nila sa 4k SAR. And so far nakaka-survive naman. Kung sha lang mag-isa dito... Nakakapagpadala naman sila sa pinas. Kung work ka naman dito with one kid, makaka-survive naman kayo.
Pero kung ipagpapalit nga naman ng hubby mo yung salary nya na 60k sa 48K, tapos hiwalay pa kayo... parang may mali sis. I guess you have to talk to your husband about this. Check the pros and cons. And yes, he needs an exit visa once he resigns. One more thing, depende sa contract yan, if it says 2 years sha dito then he has to finish his contract. If he doesn't want to finish his contract, he has to pay for his visa expenses and of course his airfare. Again, depende sa company yan. Hindi kasi pare-pareho ang policy ng companies. So he really should think not only twice but a hundred times before he signs the contract.
He can apply for other positions naman kung saan sha nag eexcel. Maybe my hubby can help him if he really wants to work here. Sa recruitment kasi si habibi