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POEA has released the list of licensed recruitment agencies hiring for Japan TITP. The Philippine Overseas Employment Agency has released the list of recruitment agencies that are licensed to send Filipino skilled workers to be part of the Technical Intern Training Program in Japan. There is a total of 188 recruitment agencies that are qualified […] Read more

There are approximately 100,000 jobs that will be available in Japan for Filipinos and foreigners. But there is a possibility that Filipino professionals and semi-skilled workers will be the priority once the said country starts hiring additional manpower. This is another good news for Filipino job seekers who dreamed of working abroad particularly in Japan. […] Read more

On March 2, 2017, the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) shared on their official Facebook page www.facebook.com/mypoea/ that The Japan International Corporation of Welfare Services (JICWELS) initially needs 150 Nurses and 600 Careworkers. The job openings are available for qualified male and female Filipino applicants. You can read the qualifications for care workers and nurses […] Read more

Good news to Filipinos who aspire to become caregivers and want to work in Japan. This year, Japan will need 800,000 caregivers. The salary is around 70,000 pesos per month or an estimated 1443 US dollars. The job opportunity offers free Japanese language training and has no placement fee. Japan needs roughly 800,000 caregivers/housekeepers this 2017. […] Read more

One of POEA’s accredited manpower agencies that hire Overseas Filipino Workers for Japan, UNO Overseas Placement Incorporated will be having a Special Recruitment Activity in Pulilan Bulacan this September 19, 2016 (Monday). The hiring activity will be held at Pulilan Municipal Hall in Bulacan. The job interview will take place at the Public Employment Service […] Read more

Filipino domestic helpers / housekeepers will soon be able to work in Japan. Salary is around 1500 US dollars or PHP 66,000 per month, which is equivalent to the minimum wage in the said country. After the bilateral meeting between Japan and the Philippines during the recently concluded Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation 2015 (APEC), Japan […] Read more

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