Issue of January 6, 2019

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450 to be hired thru SPES
by PIO release

The city government is increasing its quota for the annual Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) from the usual 400 to 450 slots this year.

The city government initially employed 300 students under the program before it was increased to 350 slots, 400 slots, and eventually 450 slots this year to accommodate the increasing number of students looking for temporary jobs to help themselves earn for their tuition and other school fees.

Supervising Administrative Officer Gloria Evangelista of the City Mayor’s Office presented to the city council the budget for the counterpart 60 percent of the local government for the wages of the students employed under the SPES and is included in the approved 2019 executive budget of the city.

Evangelista said the city will announce the schedule of the application, screening, and selection of the qualified applicants for these summer jobs.

Under the program, the local government, concerned government agencies, and the private sector will shoulder 60 percent of the prescribed daily wages of the working students while the Department of Labor and Employment will pay 40 percent, which will be issued in the form of education vouchers.

The SPES is jointly implemented by the DOLE in coordination with concerned government agencies, local governments, and the private sector interested to employ students for short-term jobs.

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