Issue of May 13, 2018

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19 grade 12 grads hired in job fair
by Larry T. Lopez / PIA

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Nineteen job seekers belonging to the first batch of grade 12 graduates in the province were hired in a job fair conducted here recently.

Lourdes Canseco of the Department of Labor and Employment Provincial Office said the 19 students were among the 64 qualified job applicants screened by local employers.

The activity sponsored by DOLE, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Education, and Tabuk City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) was intended for grade 12 graduates, who aim to get employed after graduation from senior high school.

One hundred fifty graduates applied during the job fair.

Among the partner-employers are Jollibee, Pandayan Bookshop, Centro Mall, K-Serviko, Rural Bank of Tabuk City, Bliss Massage, and Reliable Construction, which opened a total of 130 jobs slots for sales assistant, cashier, clerk, production crew, service crew, carpentry, masonry, welders, painters, electrician, and therapist.

The employers should offer a salary not less than the daily pay of P275 plus P15 cost of living allowance which is the  amount of minimum wage in Tabuk City.

Based on DepEd’s senior high curriculum, grade 12 graduates who completed the technical-vocational strand are eligible for employment.

Tabuk City PESO Loyda Saboy said the office is considering holding job fairs immediately after graduation to accommodate more applicants.

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