Now it's me who's highly recommending WorkAbroad to my friends. It’s easier to look for a job here than looking at the classified ads published in newspapers.
I was into media events—product launching and concerts—as a freelance Production Assistant for 10 years. Since I’m a freelancer, my service gives lesser priority or hardly needed if ever there are projects. My unstable job urges me to look for, leave and work abroad. I’ve tried looking for jobs at newspapers and other websites but nothing happened.
I found WorkAbroad.ph through my friend, he told me to tyr WorkAbroad.ph because there are lots of people using it. And as told, I adhered to my his advise. Actually, it’s my wife who found the job opening, then she told me to dare applying and so I did.
I called the agency and then they asked me if I can go to their office the next day because the employer is there to conduct interviews. I passed the interview and required me to attend the briefing the next day.
I’m about to leave the country for Dubai, with a two-year contract, on February 16.
Now it's me who's highly recommending WorkAbroad to my friends. It’s easier to look for a job here than looking at the classified ads published in newspapers. In WorkAbroad, you can view the job by categories. And I hope that your site will be more known to the public. You can probably add some sort of advertisement. So you can help more Filipino find their job outside the country.
- Reynante Rizo
Reynante found the job in WorkAbroad.ph and applied to Mabuhay Personnel. He will be leaving for Dubai on the 16th of February and will work as a Production Assistant.