DOLE job fair

If you need to find a job, here’s your chance to get your dream job because The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) will hold a job fair today May 1, 2010 for the celebration of Labor Day. DOLE announced that more than 100,000 opportunities will be made available to new graduates and other job seekers today. The job fair called “ JOBS LIVE! ,” is a nationwide job and livelihood fair that will proceed simultaneously in Metro Manila and across the 15 other regions of the country.

Based on the tentative inputs of the various DOLE’s Regional Offices (RO), the productive opportunities are from the country’s vibrant Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Information Technology (IT) services industries, the construction, wholesale and retail, engineering, automotive, food and beverages, catering, hotels and restaurants, agriculture and agri-related business, transportation, manufacturing, apparel, education, banking and finance, travel and tourism, real estate, hospital and medical services, and other sectors. Specifically, they include job vacancies for call center agents, office personnel, service crew, engineers, factory personnel, banking personnel, insurance personnel, healthcare personnel, and many others.

The nationwide fairs will be supervised by the DOLE’s Regional Offices (ROs) across the country, as well as the Bureau of Local Employment (BLE), hand-in-hand with major labor groups such as the Association of Filipino Workers (AFW), the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP), Associated Labor Unions (ALU), All Workers Alliance of Trade Unions (AWATU), Federation of Free Workers (FFW), Trade Unions of the Philippines and Allied Services-World Federation of Trade Unions (TUPAS-WFTU), Philippine Government Employees Association (PGEA), Philippine Organization of Labor Unions (POLU), and Philippine Transport and General Workers Organization (PTGWO).

Meanwhile, other DOLE ROs nationwide indicated that the key venues of the regional job fairs in their respective areas during the Labor Day celebrations are as follows: Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) – SM Baguio, Baguio International Convention Center; Region I – SM Rosales, Pangasinan; Region II – Paseo Real, Tuguegarao City; Region III – SM San Fernando Pampanga, SM Clark, Pampanga, SM Marilao, Bulacan, and SM Baliwag, Bulacan; Region IV-A -SM Sta. Rosa, Laguna, SM Dasmariñas, Cavite, SM Lipa, Batangas, SM Taytay, Rizal, and SM Lucena; Region IV-B – Municipal Gym Compound, San Jose Occidental, Mindoro; Region V – SM Naga; Region VI – SM Iloilo and SM Bacolod; Region VII – SM City Cebu, Cebu International Convention Center, Avellana Sports Complex; Region VIII – Tacloban City Convention Center; Region IX – Western Mindanao State University, Gaisano Capital; Region X – SM Cagayan De Oro; Region XI – SM Davao; Region XII – South Cotabato Protech, Kidapawan City Gym, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat, South Seas Mall, Robinsons Gensan; and CARAGA – DOLE Regional Office Grounds, Butuan City.

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