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DoLE hosts job fairs on Independence Day

THE Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) said it would hold job fairs in 10 cities across Metro Manila on June 12, Independence Day.

Labor Secretary Bienvenido Laguesma said on Thursday that 500 companies would participate in the event, offering 31,350 local and overseas job openings.

«But we expect it to further increase or even surpass the job offers in past job fairs that were offered by companies as we encourage more employers to participate for the annual commemoration of Independence Day,» added Laguesma.

Labor Secretary Bienvenido Laguesma. Photo from DoLE

Several malls were designated as venues for the event, including SM Grand Central (Caloocan City), SM Center Las Piñas and Robinsons Place (Las Piñas), SM Megamall (Mandaluyong), SM City Manila (Manila), SM City Marikina (Marikina), Parañaque City Social Hall and Sports Complex (Parañaque City), SM Mall of Asia (Pasay City), SM East Ortigas (Pasig City), SM Fairview (Quezon City) and Vista Mall (Taguig City).

Jobseekers shall bring their curriculum vitae, 2x2 ID pictures, certificate of employment for those who were formerly employed, diploma, transcript of records and authenticated birth certificate.

Representatives of various government agencies, such as the Bureau of Internal Revenue, National Bureau of Investigation, Pag-IBIG Fund, PhilHealth, Philippine National Police, Philippine Postal Corp., Philippine Statistics Authority, Professional Regulation Commission and Social Security System, would be present at the job fairs for the processing of pre-employment documents.