According to JobStreet’s latest job report as of August 2020, over half (60%) of all job candidates in the Philippines were impacted by the Covid-19 in which 17% were permanently retrenched and 43% found themselves temporarily not working.
The website’s #TogetherAhead initiative will focus on highlighting home-based and freelance employment opportunities, which are now posted on its dedicated Covid-19 Jobs and Resources Hub.
Online job portal JobStreet.com said there will be many changes that are bound to happen in the local labor market as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The online job portal platform said there some factors which workers are looking for when it comes to getting a job in SMEs, startups, and province-based companies.
From January 18 to March 4 this year, JobStreet conducted the “Laws of Attraction” study covering 18,378 Filipino employees.
Construction and engineering as well as food and beverage have higher male representation. On the other hand, education and healthcare are mostly female-dominated.
According to Jobstreet.com?s latest Fresh Graduate Report, 24% of employers surveyed expressed their willingness to hire K-12 graduates.