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Over 12K employment, training, and livelihood subsidies are available in Central Luzon.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) regional office here stated on Tuesday that over 12,000 jobs are available in Central Luzon as part of this year’s “Trabaho, Negosyo at Kabuhayan” (TNK) Job and Business Fair.
This is in keeping with the theme of the 124th Philippine Independence Day celebrations, which is, “”Pasuong sa Hamon ng Panibagong Bukas,” says the narrator.
On June 12, the event will be hosted at the Bulacan Capitol Gymnasium in Malolos City, Bulacan, in collaboration with other concerned government entities.
The employment fair will be face-to-face, according to DOLE Regional Director Geraldine Panlilio.
She stated that there are currently 12,134 opportunities available for local and international employment from 92 participating organizations across a wide range of industries.
Management trainees, customer service representatives, service crew, sales representatives, sales consultants, and technical support representatives are among the positions that will be available.
In a radio interview, Panlilio stated, “The greatest vacancies available are in the fields of sales, telecommunications, and, of course, manufacturing.”
She added that in addition to the employment fair, a trade and livelihood expo would be held in collaboration with the Department of Trade and Industry.
On the other side, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) will be in charge of skill development.
“Maraming (Many) activities, such as the awarding of livelihood grants to over 700 beneficiaries, the payment of salary to 1,250 Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Disadvantaged/Displaced Workers (TUPAD) program-beneficiaries, and so on.” “Panlilio explained.
Partner organizations such as the Social Security System, Bureau of Internal Revenue, PhilHealth, Home Development Mutual Fund, and others will also be there to give pre-employment services to the candidates, according to her.
She went on to say, “It will be a one-stop shop where government services would be brought closer to job searchers.”