DOLE releases online job fair links for Labor Day

By Susan G. De Leon

CALOOCAN CITY, April 28 (PIA) — The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Tuesday released the different online links for over 26,000 local and overseas job opportunities for jobseekers nationwide in online job fairs in commemoration of Labor Day.

In a media release, DOLE said those who are looking for jobs in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao may apply through the following links:

National Capital Region (May 1) –

Cordillera Administrative Region (May 1) –

Ilocos Region (May 1–2) –

Cagayan Valley Region (May 1–5) –

Central Luzon (May 1) –

Bataan (May 14) –

Calabarzon (May 1) –

Mimaropa (May 1) –

Bicol Region (April 30 – May 2) –

In the Visayas, interested applicants may click the following links:

Western Visayas (May 1) –

Central Visayas (May 1) –

Eastern Visayas (May 1-3) –

Jobseekers in Mindanao, meanwhile, may visit the following sites:

Zamboanga Peninsula (May 1) –

Northern Mindanao (April 30-May 1) –

Davao Region (May 1) –

Soccsksargen (May 1) –

Caraga (May 1) –

On the other hand, DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the online job fair will be offering local and overseas vacancies from 567 employers from industries such as manufacturing, business process outsourcing, health services, retail, and construction.

Over 23,000 local vacancies mostly for production operators, factory workers, customer service representatives, nurses, cashiers, baggers, mason, and carpenters will be offered by 522 participating employers.

Meanwhile, more than 3,000 jobs abroad will be offered by 45 participating employers.

The available vacancies are for nurses, factory workers, mechanics, nursing aides/healthcare assistants, and cleaners.

The Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan Job and Business Fair is being organized by the Bureau of Local Employment, DOLE regional offices, and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration virtually, in adherence to restrictions on mass gatherings.

The online job fairs are being undertaken in collaboration with platforms such as JobStreet, JobQuest, Workbank, Vantagehunt, Mynimo, Hotjobs, Zoom, and the network of Public Employment Service Offices across the country.

The country’s 119th Labor Day observance carries the theme, “Mayo Uno sa Bagong Panahon – Manggagawa at Mamamayan: Babangon, Susulong!” (PIA NCR)