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3,000 High Paying Jobs Available at Local Employment Expo

Date Posted: Oct 21, 2009



Filipino jobseekers are encouraged to attend the Foreign Chambers Local Employment Expo 2009 conducted by different international members of the chamber of commerce on October 22, 2009 at the Market! Market! Activity Center, Market! Market!, Taguig City.


The expo will be attended by ’ top 50 companies and corporations which will give more than 3,000 jobs with above minimum compensations and benefits.


The expo aims to ease the growing number of unemployed Filipinos and give highly skilled jobseekers decent and high paying jobs.


Foreign Chambers Employment Expo and Australia-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce vice president Chris Ward said the participating companies in the expo are looking for new hires they can train and develop and become part of their long term plans.


“They will be looking to invest a lot in the people they will potentially hire during the expo. These companies understand that to get the right people, they will need to be competitive in what they will be offering,” Ward said.


The event which is organized by the American, Australian-New Zealand, British, Canadian, and European Chamber of Commerce believes that through expo and job fairs the labor problem in the country will slowly be solved.


“By expanding the domestic employment, the Philippine economy stands a better chance of sustaining its growth. At the same time, with more Filipinos finding work in the country, brain drained can be lessened considerably,” Ward added.


Local jobs from entry-level positions, technical, managerial to executive positions will be offered to job seekers.


The expo will also be providing priority access to the typhoon victims in the country.






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