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565 Abrenians register for this year’s prov’l job expo
by Maria Teresa Beñas / PIA

BANGUED, Abra – A total of 565 job seekers in Abra registered in the annual Provincial Jobs Fair held on June 11, sponsored by the provincial government with the Department of Labor and Employment and the Public Employment Service Office in the municipalities.

Based on the report of DOLE Provincial Director Apollo Luspian, 3,825 job vacancies were made available to the jobseekers, 2,197 of which were offered by 12 local agencies and 1,628 vacancies for overseas employment offered by seven overseas employment agencies.

Most of the job vacancies were on sales and technical work, both for the overseas and local agencies, while the vacancies for domestic help were offered by overseas employment agencies.

Although no applicant was hired on the spot, many have been considered for interview after the initial screening carried out by the PESO managers and the employers who were represented during the fair.

In her message during the event opening, Vice Gov. Rosario Bersamin advised the job seekers to be careful in choosing a job they would apply.

“So that when you start looking for a job in the shopping area, you don’t just pick anything that is offered even if it is not in line with your skills or interest,” Bersamin said.

Earlier this year, mini job fairs were conducted in the municipalities of Dolores and Pidigan.

Another jobs fair is also being planned for July in celebration of the 27th anniversary of the Cordillera that will be hosted by the province of Abra.


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