20,000 jobs in Guam may open to Filipinos


According to a GMANews.tv report, as much as 20,000 jobs are waiting for Filipinos in Guam, a United States territory, in the next 3 to 5 years.

Without a doubt, the cheap but skilled Filipino manpower is still in great demand in the international market.

Plans to build new base facilities are underway in Guam as the US marines prepare to relocate from Okinawa to the island state by the year 2010.

The decision of the US Armed Forces to leave Okinawa would be a windfall for Filipino workers known for their construction prowess.

Construction will start next year to the tune of US$12-billion for the relocation of the US marine base from Okinawa to Guam.

The island state will need personnel to man the bases like maintenance and operations work, catering and cleaning, and all necessary work needed to operate a huge US base that will accommodate 30,000 marines and their dependents.

The POEA will control the outflow of Filipino workers to Guam and the private recruitment agencies will work with licensed international contractors in the recruitment and training of competent workers.

According to a GMANews.tv report, as much as 20,000 jobs are waiting for Filipinos in Guam, a United States territory, in the next 3 to 5 years.

Without a doubt, the cheap but skilled Filipino manpower is still in great demand in the international market.

According to the article:

Plans to build new base facilities are underway in Guam as the US marines prepare to relocate from Okinawa to the island state by the year 2010.

The decision of the US Armed Forces to leave Okinawa would be a windfall for Filipino workers known for their construction prowess.

Construction will start next year to the tune of US$12-billion for the relocation of the US marine base from Okinawa to Guam.

The island state will need personnel to man the bases like maintenance and operations work, catering and cleaning, and all necessary work needed to operate a huge US base that will accommodate 30,000 marines and their dependents.

The POEA will control the outflow of Filipino workers to Guam and the private recruitment agencies will work with licensed international contractors in the recruitment and training of competent workers.According to a GMANews.tv report, as much as 20,000 jobs are waiting for Filipinos in Guam, a United States territory, in the next 3 to 5 years.

Without a doubt, the cheap but skilled Filipino manpower is still in great demand in the international market.

Plans to build new base facilities are underway in Guam as the US marines prepare to relocate from Okinawa to the island state by the year 2010.

The decision of the US Armed Forces to leave Okinawa would be a windfall for Filipino workers known for their construction prowess.

Construction will start next year to the tune of US$12-billion for the relocation of the US marine base from Okinawa to Guam.

The island state will need personnel to man the bases like maintenance and operations work, catering and cleaning, and all necessary work needed to operate a huge US base that will accommodate 30,000 marines and their dependents.

The POEA will control the outflow of Filipino workers to Guam and the private recruitment agencies will work with licensed international contractors in the recruitment and training of competent workers.

According to a GMANews.tv report, as much as 20,000 jobs are waiting for Filipinos in Guam, a United States territory, in the next 3 to 5 years.

Without a doubt, the cheap but skilled Filipino manpower is still in great demand in the international market.

Plans to build new base facilities are underway in Guam as the US marines prepare to relocate from Okinawa to the island state by the year 2010.

The decision of the US Armed Forces to leave Okinawa would be a windfall for Filipino workers known for their construction prowess.

Construction will start next year to the tune of US$12-billion for the relocation of the US marine base from Okinawa to Guam.

The island state will need personnel to man the bases like maintenance and operations work, catering and cleaning, and all necessary work needed to operate a huge US base that will accommodate 30,000 marines and their dependents.

The POEA will control the outflow of Filipino workers to Guam and the private recruitment agencies will work with licensed international contractors in the recruitment and training of competent workers.

According to a GMANews.tv report, as much as 20,000 jobs are waiting for Filipinos in Guam, a United States territory, in the next 3 to 5 years.

Without a doubt, the cheap but skilled Filipino manpower is still in great demand in the international market.

Plans to build new base facilities are underway in Guam as the US marines prepare to relocate from Okinawa to the island state by the year 2010.

The decision of the US Armed Forces to leave Okinawa would be a windfall for Filipino workers known for their construction prowess.

Construction will start next year to the tune of US$12-billion for the relocation of the US marine base from Okinawa to Guam.

The island state will need personnel to man the bases like maintenance and operations work, catering and cleaning, and all necessary work needed to operate a huge US base that will accommodate 30,000 marines and their dependents.

The POEA will control the outflow of Filipino workers to Guam and the private recruitment agencies will work with licensed international contractors in the recruitment and training of competent workers.


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  1. randy b isagunde

    sir,ma’m i’am randy isagunde 46 years old looking for an opportunity to work in guam as a grader operator i have a 9 years experience working in ksa as a grader operator if you have a vacant position pls send me my email add randyisagunde@gmail.com and my mobile #09298541608 thanks god bless.

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