Wednesday, January 5, 2011

In-Demand and Hard-to-Fill Jobs in the Philippines

  


What jobs are in-demand and hard-to-fill in the Philippines and abroad this 2011 and in the next 10 years?

The Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) Bureau of Local Employment (BLE) has announced a list of 108 “in-demand and hard-to-fill” occupations that need workers within the next 10 years.

The list was created based on findings of the DOLE’s latest labor market study under its “Project Jobsfit” program.

According to the BLE, many fresh graduates have a hard time finding jobs because their skills and educational background do not fit the needs of businesses.

Complete List of In-Demand and Hard-to-Fill Jobs in the Philippines


The labor department wants to show that contrary to what most people believe, there are jobs available in the country. Here are the list of jobs (per industry) that are waiting to be filled in:

I. Agribusiness
  1. Animal Husbandry
  2. Agricultural Economist
  3. Aqua-culturist
  4. Coconut Farmer
  5. Entomologist (Plant)
  6. Farmer (Fruit, Vegetable and Root Crops)
  7. Fisherman
  8. Horticulturist
  9. Plant Mechanic
  10. Rice Tresher Operator-Mechanic
  11. Veterinarian
  12. Pathologist

II. Cyberservices
  1. Call Center Agent

III. Health, Wellness and Medical Tourism
  1. Nurse
  2. Herbologist
  3. Optician
  4. Optometrist

IV. Hotel and Restaurant
  1. Front Office Agent/Attendant
  2. Baker
  3. Food Server and Handler
  4. Food and Beverage Service Attendant
  5. Waiter
  6. Bartender
  7. Room Attendant
  8. Other Housekeeping Services
  9. Reservations Officer and other Frontline Occupation
  10. Tour Guides

V. Mining
  1. Mining Engineer
  2. Geodetic Engineer
  3. Metallurgical Engineer
  4. Mining and Metallurgical Technician

VI. Construction
  1. Fabricator
  2. Pipe Fitter
  3. Welder

VII. Banking and Finance
  1. Operations Manager
  2. Teller

VIII. Manufacturing
  1. Electrical Technicians
  2. Finance and Accounting Managers
  3. Food Technologist
  4. Machine Operators
  5. Sewer

IX. Ownership Dwellings, Real/ Retirement Estate
  1. Building Manager
  2. Construction Manager
  3. Construction Worker
  4. Foreman
  5. Mason
  6. Welder
  7. Real Estate Agents/Brokers
  8. Marketer

X. Transport and Logistics
  1. Checker
  2. Maintenance Mechanics
  3. Stewardess

XI. Wholesale and Retail
  1. Merchandiser/Buyer
  2. Salesman/Saleslady
  3. Promodizer

XII. Overseas Employment
  1. Domestic Helpers and Related Workers
  2. Production and Related Workers
  3. Nurses (theatre, anaesthetic, critical care/ICU, pediatric, scrub, and cardiac
  4. Caregivers
  5. Plumbers, Pipe-fitters, and Related Workers
  6. Cooks and Related Workers
  7. Wiremen, Electrical, and Related Workers
  8. Welders, Flame-Cutters, and Related Workers
  9. Laborers, General Workers, and Related Workers
  10. Charworkers, Cleaners, and Related Workers

Emerging Industries

I. Creative Industries
  1. Broadcast Engineer
  2. Video Editor
  3. Video Graphic Artist (Animators)
  4. Visual Artist Designer

II. Diversified/Strategic Farming and Fishing
  1. Fisherman
  2. Aqua-culturist
  3. Horticulturist
  4. Farmer (root crops, fruit and vegetable: upland and lowland)

III. Power and Utilities
  1. Electrical Control Operator
  2. Equipment Operator
  3. Electrical Technician
  4. Mechanic

IV. Renewable Energy
  1. Checker
  2. Loader

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