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DOLE Davao gathers over 3,000 job vacancies for Kalayaan Job Fair 2024

THE DEPARTMENT of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is set to participate in commemorating the 126th Independence Day on June 12, 2024, under the theme “Kalayaan. Kinabukasan. Kasaysayan.” As part of this annual commitment, DOLE XI proudly presents the Kalayaan Job Fair 2024 in Davao City, a testament to the bright future awaiting Filipinos through diverse employment opportunities.

The job fair will be hosted at The Atrium, Gaisano Mall of Davao, J.P. Laurel Ave., Davao City, bringing together 43 employers in Davao Region offering 1,979 local and 1,778 overseas job vacancies as of May 31, 2024. 

Among the top five job opportunities for local employment are customer service representatives, sales and marketing staff, technical support advisors, automotive/mechanical technicians, and accounting-related works, while top overseas opportunities include nurses, manufacturing operators, and production operators.

As DOLE XI continues to adopt the hybrid selection process, online pre-registration will be carried out allowing jobseekers to view available vacancies starting May 31. Pre-registered jobseekers will conveniently skip the initial steps at the job fair and proceed with the validation and interview stages. Meanwhile, walk-in clients are also welcome to register on-site.

Furthermore, DOLE XI is set to feature the Kadiwa ng Pangulo Fair at the lower ground floor (Supermarket area) of the same venue, highlighting the rich array of local and fresh products from 11 livelihood beneficiaries from Davao City as well as from the provinces of Davao del Sur and Davao del Norte.

DOLE XI regional director Atty. Randolf C. Pensoy highlights the consistent commitment of the Department to fostering economic empowerment and supporting individuals in their pursuit of meaningful employment. “We encourage jobseekers to leap at this special time to explore a wide range of employment opportunities and connect with potential employers,” he added.


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