Internet Philippines.Com

Pinoy forum and online news directory. Providing help to Filipinos here and abroad.

Google Advertisements

10,000 Jobs in Korea: Learn Korean Language via TESDA

I have another blog discussing free information and providing leads to the latest POEA jobs abroad online. Last week a visitor asked me if there are any job hiring vacancies for a work in Korea. I replied to the comment immediately and now, upon reading this article from the ABS-CBN website, I have confirmed that there are indeed thoudands of job vacancies for employment and deployment of workers who dream to get a job in South Korea. You can read more about this job opening from abs-cbnnews.com.

With countries having job openings but Pinoys lacking the financial capability to pay for high placment fees, surely, there is no other way for them to work abroad but to wait for a free placement and no obligation jobs from legal agencies of the Philippine government. One legitimate agency would be Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and another is Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

Today, there are offers from South Korea for at least 6,000 more slots for OFWs and Pinoys willing to work in the factory-based industries. According to the ABS-CBN News website online, this hopes to bring new job offers up to 10,000 to Filipinos in 2010 alone.

What’s best for these job vacancies is that aside from the bulk orders for Pinoy workers, there is literally zero placement fees to be collected here. The 10,000 OFWs won’t need to pay a single centavo as placement fee in order to work in Korea but applicants need to have the right skills needed to do the job plus they will have to learn how to speak and understand and write Korean language.

With this regards, there are TESDA training currently being offered in their Language Training Institutes wherein you will be given the proficiency test and if you pass, you will get your corresponding certificate. If you are interested to get certified and study Korean language to work there, you’ll have to seek for a TESDA accredited training and assessment center. Good luck!

Tags: , , , , , ,

27 Responses to “10,000 Jobs in Korea: Learn Korean Language via TESDA”

  • eds says:

    Wanna ask po if san tesda pwede mg-aral ng korean language..d2 po aq sa dasma cavite nkatira..thanks po…Godspeed

  • maui says:

    pwede po ba makahingi ng mga address ng tesda kung saan kmi pwede magaral ng korean language.. mraming salamat po sa mabilis nyong pag tugn God bless!!!

1 4 5 6


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>


BSP Exchange Rate Today:
elektronik sigara
elektronik sigaracilar