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100,000 jobs up for grabs on Labor Day Job and Livelihood Fair

Written By Jane Miranda on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 | Wednesday, April 25, 2012

 
At least 100,000 local and overseas job opportunities from 300 prospective employers will be available to jobseekers at the Department of Labor and Employment's Job and Livelihood Fair on May 1 in Pasay City.
DOLE Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said the job fair at the World Trade Center is open to all jobseekers, new graduates, returning and displaced overseas Filipino workers.
"The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has lined up the participation of some 100 licensed private recruitment agencies, 75 of them land-based and 25 sea-based," she noted.
She said the Metro Manila job fair will have 200 participating local employers in the business process outsourcing, tourism, banking and finance, hotel and restaurant, health and wellness, and construction sectors.
The event will also offer livelihood counseling; product display and sales; franchising exhibits; video presentation of successful entrepreneurial, skills training, and job generation stories; and livelihood skills demonstration.
Organizing the Jobs and Livelihood Fair are the DOLE-National Capital Region, Bureau of Local Employment, Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, and the Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns (BWSC).
The fair has the support of the National Conciliation and Mediation Board, Employees Compensation Commission, Occupational Safety and Health Center, Bureau of Labor Relations, National Labor Relations Commission, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, Maritime Training Council, and the DOLE's Administrative Service, Legal Service, and the Labor Communications Office.
Also supporting the job fair are the National Bureau of Investigation, Social Security System, Bureau of Internal Revenue, National Statistics Office, Pag-IBIG, and PhilHealth.
Baldoz also said 33 similar job and livelihood fairs will also be held in cities and provinces across the country.
"We will soon announce the number of employers and job vacancies, and other features in the regional May 1 events," she said.

Job Fair Schedules for the Month of May


Date of Job Fair       Place of Job Fair                 
 MAY 18, 2012        CITY HALL                       
 MAY 14, 2012        TAGUIG CITY HALL        
 MAY 4, 2012          LRPESO                           
 MAY 4, 2012          SOUTH STATION II         
 MAY 5, 2012          DIFF BRGY.                     
 MAY 7, 2012          LRPESO                           
 MAY 7, 2012          TAGUIG CITY HALL         
 MAY 9, 2012          CALOOCAN CITY HALL     
 MAY 9, 2012          COOP SMMPC                    
 MAY 14, 2012        LRPESO                          
 MAY 11, 2012        SOUTH STATION II     
 MAY 10, 2012        PASAY CITY    
 MAY 11, 2012        LRPESO   
 MAY 18, 2012        LRPESO     
 MAY 12, 2012        DIFFERENT BRGY.     
 MAY 2, 2012         CALOOCAN CITY HALL    
 MAY 1, 2012         SM MARIKINA   
 MAY 1, 2012         PLASTIC CITY GROUNDS
 MAY 18, 2012       SOUTH STATION II  MUNTINLUPA
 MAY 18, 2012       DAANG HARI TAGUIG
 MAY 19, 2012       BRGY. OLD BALARA QC  
 MAY 19, 2012       DIFFERENT BRGY.  
 MAY 19, 2012       DIFFERENT BRGY.    
 MAY 21, 2012       LRPESO  MARIKINA
 MAY 21, 2012       PESO OFFICE TAGUIG
 MAY 23, 2012       BRGY. WAWA TAGUIG
 MAY 24, 2012       MALABON CITY
 MAY 25, 2012       LRPESO MARIKINA
 MAY 25, 2012       SOUTH STATION II MUNTINLUPA
 MAY 25, 2012       PASAY CITY HALL
 MAY 26, 2012       DIFFERENT BRGY.
 MAY 28, 2012       LRPESO MARIKINA
 MAY 28, 2012       TAGUIG CITY HALL  
 MAY 30, 2012       LOWER BICUTAN TAGUIG

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