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Millions of people in developing nations are seeking opportunities to live, work or study abroad in order to improve their prospects.

Even in fast growing economies, such as China, India and The Philippines, demand for work or study programmes outstrips supply.

The Philippines has long had an organised market for overseas job placements through its POEA (Philippine Overseas Employment Administration) regulated agencies.

This week in Manila, Cebu and Davao the POEA will join employers and manpower agencies exhibiting their job openings at the massive ‘Career Guide Job Fair’ starting 26-27 October at SM Megatrade Hall (Next to Megalmall).

Among the exhibitor is the overseas job board WorkAbroad.ph, which claims links to over 41,000 job openings abroad in countries such as Australia, Singapore, Canada, New Zealand and the Gulf and Middle East.

Work Abroad (Philippines) is an overseas job portal for Filipino jobseekers. It is also a Philippine manpower pooling site for the top recruitment agencies in the Philippines accredited by Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

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10 Responses to “Career Guide Job Fair gives hope to Filipinos seeking work abroad”
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  1. Charito Domingo-Avelino says :

    Good Morning. I finished my 2 years midwifery course in 1995 and passed the Midwifery Board Licensure Examination in the same year. I had worked in several clinics, private hospital and health centers in the Philippines in divided periods. Unluckily, never had a chance to work permanently in govt institution due to political system of employment. Forced to work as domestic helper to earn a living. Now, I’m looking for employer for visa sponsorship.
    At present, I work as domestic helper in hongkong. Can this website help? Looking forward to your reply.
    Thank you.

  2. hi maam/sir I’M a IT student here, i want to study and at the same time work abroad,, please tell me about the requirements and if u do have this kind of program,,, please inform me as soon as early… many thanks,, god bless

  3. See NMC website for requirements for nursing in the UK

  4. Hi Sir/Ma’am I’m a local registered nurse and also a British citizen due to my fathers citizenship. I was wondering what would be the most efficient way to be credited as a nurse in UK? Do I have to comply with the NMC requirement’s as well? Your reply will be much appreciated. Thank you

  5. Most midwives from non-EU countries have to study the UK system before they can practice here.
    Check out the NMC (The Nursing and Midwifery Council) website for full details. http://www.nmc-uk.org/

  6. Leoneda says :

    Hi! sir,maam,im Leoneda 33 yrs old.registerd midwife.and i been looking a chance to work in uk. Thanks!!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Advance!!!

  7. bluebell says :

    dear sir,
    I am a student visa when i came here in UK and I found an employer who will sponsor me to Tier 2 visa. Is it true that the application for Tier 2 is freezes?

  8. You will have to apply through a POEA registered agency in the Philippines as all overseas job placements are controlled by this body.
    Unless the job for which you are qualified is on the shortage occupations list it will be difficult to obtain a visa. See the UK Border Agency website for guidance for migrants on working in the UK.
    Check out Tier 1 and Tier 4 guidance.

  9. Merly Solayao says :

    Dear Sir and Madam,

    My name is Merly Solayao 33 years of age,I’m from Philippines.I’m finished my caregiver course,including CPR training.I post my comment here just to try to find a job.

    Looking forward for the reply.Thanks in advance.

    Merly Solayao

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