Issue of October 7, 2018
     
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179 hired in Charter Day jobs fair
by PIO release

JOBS FAIR -- Civil Service Commission-Cordillera Director Marilyn Taldo, Baguio Rep. Marquez Go’s first lady Soledad Go, and CSC Field Office Director III Cornelia Rillera observe how job applicants undergo the employment process during the Government Job Fair initiated by CSC-CAR in cooperation with the City Government of Baguio, various line agencies, SM Baguio, and other private business groups held at SM Baguio on Oct. 4 as part of the 118th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary celebrations. -- Bong Cayabyab

One hundred seventy-nine applicants were hired on the spot during the Charter Day jobs fair last Sept. 29 at the Baguio City High School gymnasium.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan said 176 of those who were hired on the spot were employed by participating local companies while three hurdled the stringent requirements for overseas employment offered by participating overseas employment agencies.

He said 1,017 applied for local jobs while 680 sought employment abroad. A total of 729 applicants qualified for the local jobs while 318 applicants passed the screening for overseas employment.

Of the 176 job seekers that were hired on the spot, 96 were females while 80 were males. Those hired on the spot for overseas employment were all females.

Of the 1,017 applicants for local employment, 565 were females and 452 were males while of the 680 overseas job applicants, 358 were males and 322 were females.

City Public Employment Services Office records show 28 local companies and 12 overseas employment agencies joined the whole day jobs fair spearheaded by the city government and the Department of Labor and Employment-CAR.

The annual Charter Day jobs fair is one of the activities lined up for the month-long celebration of the Baguio City Charter Day.

Domogan called on the lucky job seekers to strive for the best and for those who were not employed to continue seeking for possible employment. He said many jobs are available in the different government and private offices.

He thanked the companies and agencies for hiring qualified residents and helping provide people with income source. He also assured residents that the city will continue to partner with private and public companies to continue sourcing out their manpower.


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