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How to find a job in Philippines

Postby EasyExpat » Thu Mar 18, 2010 6:50 pm

Hi,

If you live in Philippines or are planning to move and made already some research you can help in sharing your experience.

What is the best way to find a job in Philippines? Is it better to go there on holiday and search? Do you register on some website? Do you use recruitment agencies in Philippines?

You can help and share information on:
:arrow: Useful websites to find a job in Philippines.
:arrow: Do you use newspaper? Online information sites?
:arrow: Recruitment agencies? Have you got their contact?
:arrow: Other ways/advice for getting a job?

Thanks in advance for sharing your experience with the community :)
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Re: How to Find a Job in Philippines

Postby ryxinrex » Tue May 18, 2010 6:32 pm

Where are you from by the way? If you plan to find a job here in the philippines..
Its better you go here on holiday or vacation..because there are a lots of job vacancies here..
As long as you are graduated in college..
Aren't you the one who plan to live here in the philippines? Hope you don't mind asking..
Anyways if you need 2 know more bout the philippines u can always search through google..
I'm sure you will find out of what you been looking for..good luck!

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Re: How to find a job in Philippines

Postby dejavu619 » Thu Jan 06, 2011 6:04 pm

Hi,

Just a thought from me. I am living in Philippines and the best way to acquire a job is to be prepared for the Job Interview. This can be done by researching about the company that you wish to apply for. Also, be neat. always bring all the requirements such as SSS, birth certificate, employment certificate, valid id's etc. you won't get a hard time once you all have this things. i hope that helps you. :D

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Re: How to find a job in Philippines

Postby Miller » Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:34 am

You have to try a freelance writing career. This is a reliable kind of job. It's worth mentioning that Writers.ph hires local industrious writers.

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Re: How to find a job in Philippines

Postby MarkB » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:19 am

Find the job at Philippines for non citizen is hard.

First you need to be legall here. Second after one year of extension visa its possible get resident card. But resident card still not allow to work. If you are resident then you are free from paying every second month few thousands pesos for visa extensions.

To be legal here and work best is own investment. But like I said own business need invest your own money. Regular job its almost impossible. Philippinian law reserve job positions to Philippinian citizen not a foreigners. Only if you have good pension then its possible to be here legally for longtime.

IF any European or American citizen think about job here its abstract.
White here is only welcome to spend money not a earn
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