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DOLE: 2000 workers per year to Yukon Canada, Salary P80,000- P300,000


Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III allegedly command move fast to commissioned the respective agency to take a review of the requirements to send Filipino workers to Canada
Bello made this announcement in a statement following his signed joint communique with officials of Yukon, Canada for the deployment of 2,000 skilled OFWs each year to such countries.
"The joint communique contains in Yukon, Canada's request for 2,000 skilled workers per year," said the secretary who went to Canada this past month.
The Filipinos there are very prosperous, and very happy. "I spoke to each of them, and they were all happy and well taken care of, "the secretary added.
The salary will be P80, 000 to P300, 000 for the employment work that is for the heavy equipment operator, nurse, Cook, chef, engineer, caregiver, call center agent and other local work opportunities.
In addition, the OFW may even bring their family to Canada.
Canadians prefer Filipino workers for quality work and our hard-working Filipinos. The family bond is also important to them, and so they encourage workers to include their respective families in Canada and help them enter the country,  the official further said.
Interested applicants should be fluent or proficient in English, with a corresponding job degree, with adequate training, and mentally fit.
After the signing of the agreement, Bello allegedly commissioned Administrator Bernard Olalia of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to speed up the deployment of workers in Yukon, and even the processing of the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) for those who will work in Vancouver and Toronto.

The secretary also said that officials wanted to sign in Yukon a bilateral agreement to formalize the deployment of the OFW in Yukon, Canada. However, Bello asked the Commonwealth to visit the Philippines to make the signing of the agreement.

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