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Japan seeks Filipino nurses, caregivers

By Mars W. Mosqueda Jr. – mb.com.ph Filipino nurses and caregivers are needed in Japan as the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) here urged licensed nurses with at least three years working experience to visit their office in case they are interested to work in Japan.

Nurses urged to look for jobs in Saudi, not US

abs-cbnNEWS.com Filipino nurses should look for jobs in Saudi Arabia, according to the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP).

Accenture recruiting Filipino nurses for care services BPO

By Ibarra C. Mateo – gmanews.tv A leading global outsourcing company is recruiting Filipino nursing graduates for its growing care management business in the Philippines, company officials announced Thursday.

More licensed Pinoy nurses ending up jobless

By Mayen Jaymalin The Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) reported that there are now close to 200,000 jobless nurses in the country and the number is expected to rise further with the measly budget allocated for public hospitals next year.

Number of jobless Filipino nurses increasing

By Apples Jalandoni Richard Palikpik was one of the 92,000 nursing graduates who took the licensure examinations on Saturday.

EntrepreNURSE launched in Davao

Home-care service introduced Unemployed Filipino nurses are given another window to earn locally with the Project EntrepreNURSE, an initiative of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

US quota for Filipino nurses filled up, say recruiters

By Mayen Jaymalin Employment opportunities in the United States for Filipino nurses aspiring to work there appear to be drying up.

Demand for nurses down, technical jobs surge – DOLE

By Delon Porcalla – The demand for nurses abroad has started to decline, while opportunities for graduates of technical courses like engineering are on the rise, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said yesterday.

Thousands of jobs await health workers in Guam

By Mayen Jaymalin Employment opportunities are getting brighter for jobless Filipinos and other health workers. The recruitment industry yesterday reported that thousands of jobs await Filipino nurses and other health care workers in Guam.

DOLE to hire 40 NARS on June 12

By Jennifer Catan-Tilos The local Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has announced some 40 nursing graduates are expected to be hired for the second batch opening of the Nurses Assigned in Rural Areas (NARS) program during this June 12 jobs fair at Quezon Park, this city.

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