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Employment News

In Demand Jobs in the Philippines

Date Posted: Mar 1, 2012

The Director of Labor and Communication Office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) Nicon Fameronag said that in 2009, they conducted a nationwide consultation to stakeholder and chamber of commerce of what positions they foresee in the labor market in the next five to ten years so they could come up with what industries would boom.


According to the result of the study, some of the courses are vocational and only needs training certification. For the newly high school graduates you may consider taking up these courses so won’t be afraid that you may not easily find a job after graduating.


1.       Agribusiness

-animal husbandry




Click to view list of jobs in Agriculture


2.       Cyber Services

- Call Center Agents


Click to view list of jobs in Call Center


3.       Health, Wellness and Medical




Click to view list of jobs in Medical/Healthcare


4.       Hotel and Restaurant




-Room Attendant


Click to view list of jobs in Hotel and Restaurant


5.       Mining




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6.       Banking and Finance

-Operations Manager



Click to view list of jobs in Banking and Finance


7.       Construction


-Pipe Fitter



8.       Manufacturing

-Finance and Accounting Manager

-Food Technologist

-Machine Operator



Click to view list of jobs in Manufacturing


9.       Ownership Dwellings, Real/Retirement Estate

-Construction Worker

-Real Estate Agents/brokers


10.   Transport and Logistics

-Maintenance Mechanics



11.   Wholesale and Retails




12.   Overseas Employment

-Domestic Helpers





Click to view list of overseas jobs



Source: GMA

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