Saturday, September 18, 2010

6,000 jobs in South Korea for Antipolo residents

The Jong Phil Language Center Inc. (JPLCI) of Korea, in cooperation with the Public Employment and Service Office (PESO) of Antipolo City, will hire at least 6,000 Filipino workers as factory workers is waiting for residents of Antipolo City.

Qualified worker can earn P30,000 a month, and this may go up to P50,000 once he renders overtime work. The workers would be given free housing, too.

According to JPLCI, they want to hire Filipino workers because they are hardworking and diligent.

“We choose Filipino workers because they are very hardworking and diligent people. Better than (any other) country,” said JPLCI board member Hong Song.

JPLCI president JP Choi said applicants must be able to speak and understand the Korean language.

“If we have hopes for a better life then we should start planning now. This is why we are providing the opportunity for the people to realize those dreams,” said PESO chief Roger Atim.

Choi called on Antipolo residents who are looking for jobs in Korea to attend the Korean language lessons they are offering.

Choi said applicants do not need to have experience or any educational attainment. They just need to be 18 to 37 years old and must be able to pass the Korean Language Test. Applicants must also submit the required documents.

For more details, interested parties may visit the PESO office at the fourth floor of the Antipolo City Hall. Registration will be from Sept. 19 to Sept. 23.


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