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PostSubject: Are you still looking for a job?   May 31st 2013, 11:55 am

Well, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) claims there are about 130,290 jobs you can pick from this month alone.

job search portal’s data, Labor Secretary Rosalinda
Dimapilis-Baldoz said the sales industry tops the list of jobs with
11,971 vacancies in various offices nationwide.

“This is good
news especially for parents who have children to support and to the new
graduates who now have their turn in supporting their siblings’
education,” Baldoz said.

The cabinet member noted call center
industry remains to be the second biggest employer, with a need for
about 8,888 agents as of May 29.

There are also vacancies for the following jobs:

Service crew - 8,757 vacancies

Technical support staff - 6,458 vacancies

Production workers/factory workers - 5,180 vacancies

Sales clerk - 5,003 vacancies

Cashier - 4,708 vacancies

Production machine operator - 2,823 vacancies

Customer service assistant - 2,718 vacancies

Office clerk - 1,969 vacancies

Janitor - 1,863 vacancies

Merchandiser - 1,718 vacancies

Security guard - 1,418 vacancies

Production technician - 1,369 vacancies

Sales officer - 1,300 vacancies

Head waiter - 1,234 vacancies

Promo girl - 1,228 vacancies

Janitress - 1,216 vacancies

and promo salesperson, 1,146 vacancies

advised jobseekers to be more patient in their job hunt, explaining
that recruiters are having a hard time getting applicants with
competencies that match their job description.

She also encouraged job seekers to improve their qualification by taking technical-vocational course related to their craft.

The labor chief advised students to consider the current market demands for jobs in choosing a college course.

from obtaining the required skills and qualifications of a particular
job, Baldoz reminded the job applicants to create their accounts at the website for an easier online job application, which will
definitely help them save time, money, and effort.

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