Friday, September 25, 2020

Gobyerno Naghahanda sa mga Pauwing OFW'S Na Nawalan Nang Trabaho

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The Government is trying to retrain the Filipinos who are returning jobless from overseas.  As the pandemic hit economies around the globe, Southeast Asian nation is bracing now for the almost 300,000  Filipino OFW’S who are unemployed.


Most of them are maids, seamen and caretakers, they are about to return to the country this year. The government is now offering programs that are free to reeducate and reskill these workers. Jobs that open are call center agents, contact tracers, teachers and etc.



5,000 OFW’S who returned the country have already applied fo the training. In an interview, Labor Assistant Secretary Dominique Tutay said “Returning workers will have to compete with local job seekers but many sectors want to prioritize them.”


Seafarers can be hired for construction work and some of them as teachers. They are also the priority in hiring for contact tracers  to help control the coronavirus infections.


While the government now is doing their best for these returning migrants to get a job, some of them are still want to head back overseas when situation gets better.

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