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Philippines | Skills Gap | 2M jobs available this year

JOB vacancies up for grabs in the Philippines could hit 2 million this year in the five hottest fields: information technology, engineering, finance, sales and customer service, according to internet recruitment web-based firm Jobstreet.com.

Jobstreet.com said in 2011, there were 2.7 million job vacancies, of which 40 percent were posted by the Malaysian-listed firm.

Yoda Buyco, marketing director of Jobstreet.com, said although there are a lot of job vacancies in the Philippines, the unemployment rate remains high due to jobs and skills mismatches…

Read More @ 2M jobs available this year: Jobstreet.com | MALAYA Business Insight News Online.


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