Friday, March 19, 2010

Work Abroad Without A Cost: Job Openings With No Placement Fee

There is this notion among Filipinos that if you want to work abroad, you have to prepare a great sum of money so you can pay for your placement fee. It is true to some extent because the Philippine government allows recruitment agencies to charge applicants with placement and processing fees. However the placement fee should only be equivalent to the workers' one month salary. An applicant will only be asked to pay a fee if he or she has been interviewed by the employer, been hired and already signed an employment contract.

Applicants are reminded to demand an official receipt from the agency after paying the placement fee because it is a proof that you have given money to the agency. And after giving payment, you can expect to fly out of the country and start working within three months.

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