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Latest Filipino jobs in Dubai: Chefs, sales, receptionists...

Khaleej Times 17 Oct 2016
Several firms in Dubai are looking for specific roles in their organisations to be filled up by Filipino nationals. Some of the jobs are well-paying ones with advertised salaries of up to Dh15,000 per month, along with decent perks and the promise of career progression ... Happy job hunting! ... Medical center in Dubai ... Filipino restaurant in Dubai.
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Filipino job seekers flock at the Department of Labor and Employment's Jobapalooza Job Fair at SM City Davao, Philippines held on May 1, 2009.

Filipino jobs in peril without Taiwan trade deal

The Daily Tribune 11 Feb 2010
Taiwan’s top official to the Philippines warned yesterday that thousands of Filipino workers will lose their jobs in Taiwan if the Philippines fails to sign a free trade agreement with Taipei ... “Worse, many overseas Filipino workers in Taiwan will soon be out of jobs as Taiwan ...
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Philippines creates 500,000 new jobs

Arab News 22 Mar 2009
This was Malacaٌang's advice yesterday to Filipino workers retrenched from their jobs here and in recession-wracked countries amid the deepening global downturn ... Remonde, however, said that displaced overseas Filipino workers should not expect to get the same jobs in government.

Qatar offers 37,000 jobs

Arab News 16 Dec 2008
Despite the global economic slowdown, 37,000 jobs still await Filipinos in Qatar, President Macapagal-Arroyo said ... Ms Arroyo announced the job openings at a luncheon with members of the Filipino community in Qatar at the Sheraton Doha Hotel and Resort shortly upon her arrival on Saturday.
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