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Featured manpower agency – White Dove Recruitment Corporation, is a landbased manpower agency in the Philippines, which has been in the business since June 21, 2001 (16 years). You can read in this post their latest job openings for 2017, POEA accreditation status, contact details, and office address. For the past 16 years, the agency has […] Read more

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The biggest airline company stationed in Qatar is currently hiring 1000 Plus Filipino workers in 2016. The hiring manpower agency, Staff Source International is looking for skilled professionals in the field of Customer Service, Sales Assistants, Food Services, and Aviation Services. According to the recruiter Ashok Shrestha, CEO of Staff Source International, Filipino workforce are […] Read more

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Filipinos can work in Saipan by applying to several POEA accredited Agencies based in the Philippines in 2018. Here are the top landbased manpower agencies that are hiring Filipino skilled workers for their Saipan based clients / employers. According to Wikipedia, Saipan is part of the Northern Mariana Islands, a commonwealth of United States of […] Read more

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Based on the latest database in POEA website, it seems that Japan has plenty of job openings (with available job orders) for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) this 2018. Here is the list of Job openings from landbased manpower agencies accredited by Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA). You can find in this post the hiring recruitment agencies’ […] 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 that is open for Filipinos who aspire to work abroad. No placement fee, no processing fee, and no salary deduction. Staffhouse International, a 100 percent […] Read more

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Macau, popularly known as the Las Vegas of Asia, has job openings in 2018 for Overseas Filipino Workers who have previous and current work experience in the tourism, hotel and restaurant, and hospitality industry. According to Wikipedia, these industries contributes to 50 percent of Macau’s GDP, and 70 percent of government’s revenue. In the 2006 […] Read more

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