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20k jobs at EDSA Day TNK fair
posted 24-Feb-2019  ·  
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In celebration of the 33rd anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, the labor department is holding a Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan (TNK) job and business fair in Mandaluyong City on Monday.
 
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III encouraged jobseekers to take advantage of the around 20,000 local and overseas jobs to be offered by 50 participating employers and recruitment agencies at the 2nd Floor Activity Center of the Starmall located in EDSA-Shaw on February 25.       
 
In an initial report from the Bureau of Local Employment, among the vacancies to be offered by local employers are for the positions of steelman, production machine operator, production workers, customer service representative, product promodizer, electrician, service crew, merchandiser, finishing mason, and plumbers.
 
In the same event, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration said 12,000 job orders will be offered by 15 participating recruitment agencies.  
 
Some of the vacancies are for the positions of laborer, nurse (general), welder, pipefitter, carpenter, technician (electrical/mechanical), foreman, steelfixer , IT engineer, and waitress.
 
Among the countries of destination are United States, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Germany, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Turks and Caicos Island, Madagascar, Malta, Mauritius, Solomon Islands, South Korea, and Africa.
 
Bello reminded applicants to bring requirements such as resume or curriculum vitae (bring extra copies for multiple job applications); 2 x 2 ID pictures; certificate of employment for those formerly employed; diploma and/or transcript of records; and authenticated birth certificate.
 
The EDSA People Power Revolution is observed with the theme ‘EDSA 2019: Pagkakaisa Tungo sa Pambansang Kapayapaan.'

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