Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Job Hunting Made Easy in Cebu With Job Portals

photo from Google

Looking for employment is never easy, but as a jobseeker, your confidence in yourself shouldn’t waver. In fact, you should be more determined to find a job in order to sustain your livelihood. After all, man cannot live on bread alone. So pick up your resume and get ready, because here are some websites that can help you make that zero into a hero. If you’re based in the Visayas region, I’ve taken the liberty of including some local jobsites that cater to your region. There are plenty of opportunities in the Philippines. There’s always Manila, but if you don’t care for the big city, you can always try out Cebu jobs because of the boom of the BPO industry. Of course, you know what they say, home is where the heart is.

Jobstreet has been a long running player in the business of providing jobs for people all around the world and has about 9 sites in Asia, including Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Japan, Hong Kong and their latest site, Vietnam.  

Jobsdb is one of the top players in the jobsite industry within the Asia Pacific region. This jobsite is also available locally in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and China.

If you want a local twist, Mynimo is an established company that has offered many Filipinos, most especially Filipinos job opportunities in all walks of life. 

Since the technology boom, there’s been a strong demand for more skilled jobs and positions. So if you feel like you’re in that kind of sphere, this new jobsite is right up your alley.

If you want to go for a broader scheme, try this site out as well. Don’t be fooled that this site sells just items, but is also an arena for business opportunities and career development. 

So here are just a few websites that can make your job hunting experience easier. Knowing where to go is the next step after having the right mindset. So what are you waiting for?

Grab your resume today and hit that send button! 



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BPO stands for business process outsourcing. It involves outsourcing of operations and responsibilities of any business to a third party.I love your schedule.

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BPO helps bring companies and nations get into bankruptcy
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Can u please tell me the capital and the infrastructure needed to start a BPO Business in Nepal ?

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