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New Zealand has 33000 job openings for Filipinos in 2018. The country offers approximately 100,000 pesos per month starting salary for skilled workers. NZ needs Nurses, caregivers, Engineers, Architects, teachers, construction workers, manufacturers, and service industry workers. Taiwan has 80 new job orders which has a starting salary ranging from twenty to thirty thousand pesos […] Read More

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One of the leaders in manpower recruiting for overseas, Staffhouse International Resources Corporation has job openings in Canada, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, and in different parts of the world open for Filipinos who aspire to work abroad. No placement fee, no processing fee, and no salary deduction. Staffhouse International, a 100 percent non-fee charging […] Read More

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Another recruitment agency that OFWs can put their trust in is HRD Employment Consultant and Multi-Services Incorporated, a manpower agency that has been in the business for 15 years (and counting). Since the year 2000, they have been sending skilled Filipino workers to clients / employers worldwide. They have clients from Middle East, United States, […] Read More

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New Zealand is in need of 30,000 skilled workers which are open for Filipinos and other foreign 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 […] Read More

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Are you planning to apply for a job in New Zealand but do not know which accredited recruitment agencies to visit in the Philippines? Apparently, POEA has thousands of approved job orders with no placement fee for New Zealand in 2018  for Filipinos seeking work in the said country. NZ needs thousands of skilled workers (OFWs) that have work experience […] 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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