POEA News Release to Clarify Report on Job Orders

The Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) has just recently posted a news release to clarify reports made by some newspapers regarding job orders abroad.

From the POEA website:
The demand for construction workers reported in some newspapers earlier were not for the US Mainland market but for Guam’s planned development starting 2010 of a modern and integrated military facility. Recruitment for Guam, however, is likely to take a longer time due to recent developments affecting the US and Japan on the issue of a replacement facility for the Futenma Marine base in Okinawa, Japan. The POEA also belied erroneous reports citing employment prospects in the oil and gas industries for the US.

POEA News Release (05 January 2010) Job Orders

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