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Oct
17
2014

Prioritize your Health, OFWs

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If asked to choose between health and wealth, most Filipinos or OFWs will choose the first one. Apparently, this will be the obvious answer so as not to cause a stir and think of someone as money-minded.

 
Health, in every aspect should be the priority for everyone, especially OFWs who are working abroad. OFWs sacrifice everything just to provide better future for their family by overseas jobs. And most of the OFWs, though they’ve experienced bad experiences from foreign employers abroad, still decide to look for overseas jobs and work abroad again. This decision means taking risk in every aspect by working abroad – health, happiness, family, homesickness etc.

 
This is why Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) secretary Rosalinda Baldoz reiterated the call for OFWs not to take any risk by applying or entertaining employment or job offers from Ebola-hit countries like Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. She further said that the deployment ban for these countries still exists, and OFWs paper will not be legally processed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration or POEA for them to be sent to work abroad.

 
The announcement was made by DOLE secretary amidst report stating that there was a high demand for healthcare workers for deployment on the West African countries to aid the increasing number of patients with Ebola virus.

 
The total ban deployment was enforced by POEA last month as part of the preventive measure for OFWs to avoid being infected with deadly Ebola virus disease.

 
Also, a total deployment ban was imposed for newly-hired OFWs last July when the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) issued crisis alert level 2 on the three countries because of Ebola virus spreading.

 
This total deployment ban ordered by POEA includes the processing and deployment of returning OFWs even if they have existing employment contract in the Ebola-hit countries.

 
Filipinos, especially OFWs, should heed the call not to apply for overseas jobs in the West African countries greatly affected by the Ebola virus. You all have one goal, to earn much money for the family, but it would be useful if you’ll be infected by this alarming deadly disease that had claimed thousands of lives.

 

 

 

Related article:
Facts about the Ebola Virus Disease

Why is the PHL prone to Ebola virus?

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Published in: OFW Warnings
Oct
15
2014

Are You A Welder? You are Needed Abroad

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Welders play an important role in a construction company. Pinoy welders are noted for their welding skills because they are meticulous and hardworking. This is why they are highly demanded for overseas jobs.

 

(Reminder: Click on each job title to view full details.)

 

Job openings abroad for Filipino welders

 

** For manpower pooling only. No fees to be collected during the application process. Mag-ingat sa mga illegal recruiter. **

Click here for more overseas jobs.

 

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Published in: In Demand OFW Jobs
Oct
14
2014

Pinoy DH and Nurses for Singapore, Malaysia and Kuwait

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Here are the latest job openings in Singapore, Malaysia and Kuwait for Filipinos.

Click on each job title to view more detailed information.

 

Singapore

 

Kuwait

 

Malaysia

 

 

 

Click here for other overseas jobs from POEA licensed agencies.

 

 

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Published in: In Demand OFW Jobs
Oct
13
2014

Apply Now to These Job Openings in Malaysia!

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Malaysia is a country in the Southeast Asia home to many Filipino migrants because of its short distance to the Philippines. Filipinos have found work and settled down in Malaysia with their families.

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job openings in Malaysia

Job openings:

Click here for more overseas jobs

 

** For manpower pooling only. No fees to be collected during the application process.

Mag-ingat sa illegal recruiter. **

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Published in: In Demand OFW Jobs
Oct
9
2014

Who Else Wants to Work in Canada?

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Hey fella Filipino! Are you looking for a job in a foreign country, other than that of the Middle East? Well, why not try applying for a job opening in Canada? It is a country with a growing number of Filipino migrants who’ve chosen to live and work abroad. Filipinos have chosen Canada as their second home because of the high compensation, a better and cleaner environment, and a good governance of the authorities.

We’ve compiled these job openings for Filipinos who are dreaming and wanting to work in Canada.

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Job Openings:

1. 50 Welders – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
2. 50 Steel Fixer – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 6 years working experience.
3. 50 Pipe Fitter – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
4. 50 Heavy Equipment Mechanic – Male, 25 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
5. 50 Carpenters – Male, 24 to 45 years old, have at least high school diploma and with 6 years working experience.
6. 10 Line Cook – Male or Female, 25 to 35 years old, with at least 3 years working experience.
7. 50 Chef/ Cook – Male or Female, 23 to 40 years old, attained at least college level (undergraduate) and with 3 years working experience.
8. 15 Finishing Carpenter – Male or Female, 23 to 45 years old, have at least vocational diploma / short course certificate, and with 3 years working experience.
9. 10 Automotive Technician – Male or Female, 23-45 years old, must have at least vocational diploma / short course certificate and 3 years working experience.
10. 10 Caregiver – Male or Female, 23 to 45 years old, with at least a vocational diploma / short course certificate and 3 years working experience.
11. 3 Farm labourer – Female, 23 to 45 years old, at least college level (undergraduate) and with 3 years working experience.

 

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