Job Vacancies: Germany Needs 200,000 Filipino Nurses in the Next Four Years

The Department of Labor and Employment through Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz announced that there are job vacancies waiting to be filled in Germany, the European country that needs more than 200,000 nurses in the four years. The German government already expressed that they preferred hiring Filipino nurses to serve their ageing population. See Also: How to … Read more

DOLE: Give 13th Month Pay of Workers “On or Before December 24, 2015”

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) through Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz reminded the owners of some 3,700 private businesses in the country to give the required 13th-month pay of their employees as mandated by law “on or before December 24, 2015.” In an announcement released to the media, the DOLE Secretary was quoted as … Read more

Metro Manila Workers’ Basic Pay Increase by PhP15.00

The minimum wage earners in the National Capital Region (NCR) will received an increase in basic pay following the integration of the P15.00 of the existing P30.00 Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) as provided under Wage Order NCR-No. 18. The National Capital Region’s minimum wage for private sector workers is now at P466.00 composed of … Read more

DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro: Poorest Cabinet Member

The Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Armin Luistro remained as the poorest Cabinet secretary of the Aquino administration. He remains to have the lowest net worth among the cabinet secretaries. Sec. Luistro has a declared net worth of P550,651.14, lower than his 2011 net worth of P739,006.14. Although he has the lowest net worth, he … Read more

Phil-Jobnet posts more than 60,000 Job Vacancies


This month has been a season where fresh graduates of various courses are into job hunting. Job seekers will be glad to know that the Philippines now holds 60,000 job vacancies as seen on  its official job search website. To compensate with the need for employment, Rosalinda Baldoz, Secretary for the Department of Labor, suggested … Read more