MANILA, Philippines — On June 12, a total of 104,000 jobs will be available at…
Vacancies in the government are available at Independence Day employment fairs.
MANILA, Philippines — Those interested in working for the government can attend the worldwide Independence Day job fairs on Sunday, according to a labor official.
“I haven’t had a chance to look at the breakdown yet.” “However, in past job fairs, it provided 10,000 jobs in the government sector,” Assistant Secretary Dominique Tutay of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) remarked in a virtual forum.
According to her, there are 135,500 employment openings in these areas, including positions in the public sector.
“The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and Bureau of Internal Revenue are ranked first and second, respectively. They are regular attendees at our employment fairs,” she noted.
According to her, the event would bring together 1,000 local and international employers.
Production operators, customer service representatives, correctional officers (government), micro finance officers/loan officers, sewer, and sewing mechanics are among the top local employment accessible.
Nurse, manufacturing workers, household service workers (HSW), carpenters, masons, and cleaners are the top jobs available in other countries.
The Bulacan Capitol Gymnasium in Malolos will host the main event on Sunday, with DOLE officials led by Secretary Silvestre Bello III and other stakeholders anticipated to attend.
At Robinsons Place Manila, Pasig City Sports Complex, and Vista Mall in Taguig City, the National Capital Region will organize three employment fairs.
On June 14, a job fair will take hold in the Fortunate Village ClubHouse Gymnasium in Paranaque City.
The whole list of employment fairs may be seen on the Bureau of Local Employment’s website, ble.dole.gov.ph, according to Tutay.