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Employment News

Date Posted: Sep 20, 2011

The Department of Labor and employment (DOLE) has cited that cyberservices or Information technology (IT) industry offers the highest-salary paying jobs for professionals.


Labor secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said that graduating high school students should consider taking IT courses in college due to its high demand and job offers.


According to labor secretary Rosalinda Baldoz, IT professionals get salary ranges between P13,000 to P40,000 per month and may increase to P50,000 for highly experienced.


“High-demand and high-paying jobs in the cyberservices industries include web developers, network engineers, computer programmers, program analysts, systems-analysts, technical support representatives, and software engineers, among other,” said Baldoz.

Baldoz also presented the DOLE’s 101 Career Guide, a comprehensive list of careers that would lead to jobs identified to be in-demand during the next ten years in the country’s key employment generating sectors, or KEGS.


Aside from cyberservices, the other KEGs are namely Agribusiness; Health and Wellness; Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism; Mining; Construction; Banking and Finance; Manufacturing; Ownership Dwellings and Real Estate; Transport and Logistics; (Wholesale and Retail Trade and Overseas Employment).

“Our work at the DOLE is to inform jobseekers what jobs are out there, what qualifications they should have, and then to reduce process time, through a systematic mechanism, for them to land a job,” explained Baldoz.

For those who wants the copy of the 101 Career Guide, just visit www.dole.gov.ph to download it free.


Moreover, there are thousands of jobs available now for fresh graduates and experienced IT professionals, click here to see the list of IT jobs.


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