The Philippine government has announced that between 300 and 1,000 caregiver jobs in Japan will become available to Filipinos in the next few months.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said the Japanese government has finalized its Technical Internship Training Program, which is set to be implemented next month, GMA News reported.
Jocelyn Sanchez, POEA deputy administrator, said that Filipinos interested in applying for the jobs should inquire through POEA-licensed employment agencies to avoid falling victim to illegal recruitment or human trafficking.
According to the POEA, the monthly salary of caregivers in Japan would be around PHP50,000 to PHP70,000 (US$935 to US$1,309). Applicants who are accepted will go through a training course on caregiving.
According to the Japanese government, the country’s rapidly aging population will require around 2.45 million caregivers by 2025.
The POEA is also coordinating with the Chinese government in the hiring of 1,000 English teachers. The POEA advised Filipino jobseekers to monitor job orders posted on their website and be cautious of bogus recruiters.
Originally it’s called the SILK ROAD initiativ initiated first by the US together with western countries decades ago but has not been realized yet. Now communist china has taken advantage copying the same initiative & changing the name to belt & road. Possible impact of this belt & road project to the participating countries who went along with this project. 1) It will mostly benefit china far beyond imagination economically, strategically, politically than the participating countries. It’s obvious communist china has a hidden agenda besides of course 2) to make it easier for them to dominate the participating countries market through continues export of more & more cheap even unhealthy products. 3) make’s it easier for communist china to corrupt & manipulate leaders in the participating countries if they don’t succumb to china. Leaders of participating countries are naive to believe the road can bring prosperity to their countries is a million dollar question! 4) Huge imbalance in trade. 5) Only few can economically benefit for this project but not for the rest 95% of population who are poor. 6) Participating countries can become adoptive to china’s communist one man rule & policies of monitoring their own citizens, censoring & limiting Internet use, abducting & imprisoning innocent or dessident people, etc., etc. 7) This road project will dominate influx of more & more cheap chinese goods. chinese goods compete with local small firms products that can affect local businesses margin exponentially & even farmers can have difficulty to thrive & become sustainable. 8)Communist china will try to explore participating countries lands to grow plants for chinese consumption, buy & take over successful local companies get hold of western technologies to use in making their own chinese brands. They employ mostly chinese to work in their companies instead of employing 98% of the local population.If they employ local people they treat them as slaves & pay very low salary with no benefits. 9) They explore & buy other countries lands & operate mines. The problem is chinese mining companies destroy healthy environments & turn them to unhealthy environments that affect ordinary people’s health & their livelihood. These are just few list that can happen. If the negative impact outweighs the positive it’s not worth it.
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