Issue of June 9, 2019
     
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Kalayaan job, biz fairs set June 12
by Hanna C. Lacsamana with reports from PIA

More job opportunities and a chance to get business coaching await jobseekers and business owners during the 2019 Kalayaan job, livelihood, and business fairs this week.

The June 12 event led by the Department of Labor and Employment and its partners will be held at the Porta Vaga Mall Skyzone, which is hosting the activity for the third year.

The activity, dubbed “Tapang ng bayan, malasakit sa mamamayan,” is anchored on the government’s “Trabaho, negosyo, at kabuhayan thrust.”

Joining the job fair are 25 local employers offering 815 job vacancies and six recruitment agencies that will offer 2,873 job vacancies for overseas employment.

Three contractors of the Department of Public Works and Highways will banner the national government’s “Build, build, build” infrastructure program.

The negosyo center of the Department of Trade and Industry will also provide counseling for those planning to start their own business.

The Social Security System, PhilHealth, PagIbig, and other regional line agencies will also offer service at a one-stop shop during the event.

Beneficiaries of DOLE, DTI and, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration will also showcase their products in the event.

Ronald Cevallos, Porta Vaga mall manager, said there will also have a mini-diskwento caravan that will offer goods and services of the Porta Vaga Department Store.

There will be a business forum at the Bishop’s House. Those interested to join may register at the Baguio City Public Employment Service Office.


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