Japan in Need Of nearly 1 million Caregivers This Year


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Japanese businessmen went to the Philippines to announce some great news to all aspiring individuals wanting to work as caregivers of housekeepers in Japan.

Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello and Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco, met with these businessmen and talked about their plans in establishing training facilities in the country for Filipinos wanting to work as caregivers and housekeepers in Japan.

Japanese companies are prioritizing Pinoy caregivers because Filipinos possess extraordinary care when it comes to health and wellness.

Suggested locations for these training facilities are in Davao, Cebu, Bohol, and Laguna. All expenses will be shouldered by the Japanese businessmen.

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The training is free of charge and no placement fee will be paid by applicants. Their expected salary is Php70, 000 and up every month.

These facilities is very important so as to enhance the knowledge of aspiring OFWs when it comes to working in Japan as caregivers or housekeepers.

Japan in currently in need of 800,000 caregivers this year.


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