MANILA, Philippines – More than 26,000 local and overseas job openings will be offered by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) at online job fairs to be held from the holiday work.
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said on Tuesday that job fairs that will begin on May 1 feature local and overseas job postings from 567 employers in sectors such as manufacturing, business process outsourcing, health care, retail and construction.
He added that more than 23,000 local vacancies, mainly for production operators, factory workers, customer service representatives, nurses, cashiers, baggers, masons and carpenters, will be offered by 522 employers.
During this time, more than 3,000 overseas jobs will be offered by 45 participating employers. The vacancies are mainly intended for nurses, factory workers, mechanics, orderlies or health auxiliaries and cleaners.
DOLE said in a notice that job seekers in Luzon can apply through the following links:
In Visayas, interested applicants can click on the following links:
During this time, job seekers in Mindanao can visit the following sites:
According to DOLE, the online job fairs will be organized in conjunction with JobStreet, JobQuest, Workbank, Vantagehunt, Mynimo, Hotjobs, Zoom and the network of public employment service offices across the country.
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