DTI Iloilo Earns Criticism For Offering P9.9k/Monthly Wage to College Graduate Applicants

DTI Iloilo Faces Backlash Over Low Salary Offer for Job Posting on Facebook

DTI Iloilo goes viral, eliciting emotions from the online community for hiring college graduate applicants with a monthly salary of P9,900.

The transition from college to the workforce can be an exciting but also challenging time for graduates. Many college graduates face difficulties finding a job in their field of study, and when they do, they often discover that the salary offered is much lower than they expected or deserve.

It is not uncommon for companies to hire college graduates and offer them low salaries, which can be frustrating and demoralizing for young professionals.

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One reason why companies might offer low salaries to college graduates is that they see them as inexperienced and unproven in the workforce. They may believe that recent graduates lack the practical skills and knowledge necessary to be productive and successful employees.

Additionally, companies may also be trying to cut costs by hiring entry-level employees who will accept lower pay.

Recently, the post of DTI Iloilo on their Facebook page offering a job as “DTI Monitor” for two qualified applicants was met with negative criticism. The post quickly circulates after it was posted on social media.

Based on the reaction of netizens, many were dismayed by the salary of P9,900.00 or P450/day (minimum wage), especially since the applicant is required to be a college graduate and having a business-related course and Civil Service eligibility is an advantage.

Aside from a bachelor’s degree, the government agency requires applicants to have good interpersonal skills, computer literate, good oral and written communication skills.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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