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JobStreet and DTI Launch Virtual Career Fair, Give Job Seekers Freedom in Their Career

On the occasion of the Philippines Independence Day, leading online job portal JobStreetin partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), is launching its week-long Virtual Career Fair which runs from June 13-17 with the aim of providing various job opportunities to the workforce Filipino work.

This collaboration is also a way to empower job seekers and celebrate the freedom they have in choosing a career path that matches their lifestyle and priorities.

JobStreet DTI VCF

Candidates can explore more than 75,000 jobs, whether remote, provincial or entry-level positions in more than a hundred companies such as ePLDT, JPMorgan Chase Bank, BDO Unibank, SM Retail, BMI, ABS- CBN, Accenture, Wilcon Depot and Suite.

In general, the main work from home jobs are encoder, engineer, office staff, virtual assistant, architect, information technology roles and many more. New graduates can also check out some entry-level positions available, including customer service representative, administrative assistant, salespersons, clerical staff, among others.

In Luzon, the best opportunities available for candidates are Customer Service Representative, Sales, Teacher, Engineer, Administrative Assistant, System Developer, etc. Meanwhile, in Visayas and Mindanao, job seekers can apply for positions such as Teacher, Administrative Assistant, Administrative Officer. , medical personnel, etc.

“In this job fair, we want to highlight the different types of jobs available to our candidates as they rethink their approach to the concept of work. We thank DTI for trusting us to be their partner in this initiative, to provide jobs aligned with candidates’ values ​​and preferences,” said Philip Gioca, Country Manager of JobStreet Philippines.

JobStreet says the country is experiencing “the big shakeup,” a phase where employees leave their jobs in search of more fulfilling roles that offer the flexibility they seek. According to their 2021 Global Talent Survey, 67% of Filipino employees have chosen to put their health and well-being before work.

Additionally, 53% of employees would prefer to keep a remote work setup even if it means 10 extra hours of extra work per week, and 41% would accept lower pay as long as they can move to a more affordable location.

“Employees have a lot to consider when deciding whether a job is worth doing or not. Job seekers are now taking their time to reassess not only their careers but also their personal lives. That is why, as a career partner, we aim to provide a place where candidates can have the freedom to decide which role they wish to pursue,” added Kim Viray, Marketing Manager of JobStreet Philippines.

The virtual job fair in partnership with DTI features a mobile-first design, so candidates can also apply for jobs through the JobStreet mobile app. Additionally, candidates can view their saved jobs, view their scheduled interviews, bookmark webinars, and send live chats directly to recruiters.

Additionally, candidates attending the Virtual Career Fair will be able to attend the webinar series hosted by JobStreet’s online training partner, LUNA Academy. Candidates can learn more about tips for advancing through the application process or finding that dream job, as well as how to write a great resume.

Candidates who register for this event will also have the chance to win exciting prizes from JobStreet, ranging from gift certificates, gadgets, home office essentials, to a vacation in Boracay. Follow their official Facebook page for more information.

To register for the JobStreet Virtual Career Fair in partnership with DTI, visit

JobStreet Virtual Career Fair

JobStreet x DTI Virtual Career Fair Schedule

JobStreet x DTI Virtual Career Fair Schedule


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