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According to POEA, New Zealand is currently in need of 5000 plus skilled workers and laborers that has work experience related to construction, and farming in 2017. Salary range from NZD 2,400 (Php 89000) to NZD 3,520 (Php 131,000) depending on the worker’s field of specialization. There is no placement fee. The 5000 job openings […] Read More

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Aspiring overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) can find job openings bound for New Zealand from accredited landbased manpower agencies with the help of the official website of POEA (www.poea.gov.ph). This post will serve as your walk-through, a step-by-step guide so you can browse POEA’s website efficiently and get the details that you need to know which […] Read More

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New Zealand is in need of 30,000 skilled workers which are open for Filipinos and other nationalities. Check the list of skilled workers that NZ need for the next two years in the video. In the August 6,2015 episode of ABS-CBN’s late night news broadcast – Bandila, New Zealand needs 30,000 experienced workers mostly in the […] Read More

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Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) has released the list of recruitment agencies authorized to deploy Filipino workers (OFWs) for New Zealand. To be safe from illegal recruiters, apply only to these agencies. According to POEA chief Hans Leo J. Cacdac, there is no government to government hiring agreement between the Philippines and New Zealand, hence, […] Read More

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POEA: New Zealand is a No Placement Fee Country

Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) has shared news release on their official Facebook page informing Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and job seekers that New Zealand is a No Placement Fee Country. Apart from that, POEA also listed other countries that prohibit collection of placement fees. Please find the details below. In the news release dated […] Read More

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In a news report by TV Patrol, New Zealand will open 10,000 building and construction jobs for migrant Filipino workers in the next 3 years. This is because New Zealand lacks the human resource needed to rebuild their earthquake damaged City. In the Facebook post shared by Colonel Ariel Querubin for Senator Movement, New Zealand […] Read More

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