Monday, 26 March 2012 11:57
The Aquino government has assured that new graduates and job seekers will have the opportunity to avail of jobs in private firms following the influx of foreign manufacturing companies that have shown interest to invest in the country.
Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte issued the statement in an interview aired over government-run dzRB Radyo ng Bayan on Saturday following reports that over 500,000 college students nationwide are expected to graduate this March.
"Hopefully, a lot of you will be able to secure jobs. Hindi lang po siguro doon sa pribadong sektor, baka pwede rin ninyo pong subukan na manilbihan naman po sa pamahalaan," she said.
Valte also advised the new graduates and job seekers to visit the Official Gazette to get information on job openings for various government agencies and offices.
"The Official Gazette has all those openings para sa mga interesado na sumabak sa public service," she said.
She said the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has lined up several job fairs across the country and advised job applicants to visit the philjob.net website.
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