job hunting

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Translations

job hunting

n to go job huntingcercare lavoro
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Many job applicants carry their smartphones with them when appearing for employment tests since they need it to use ride-hailing apps, online maps and to stay in touch with their loved ones.
on Wednesday, DOLE reported 9,658 job applicants registered in the said events, but only 3,177 of them became qualified.
Screening job applicants based on their prior work experience is often a mistake among employers, he claims.
The labour offices recorded 134,790 job applicants at the end of April, down by 3,172 people month-on-month.
About 180 job applicants were hired on the spot out of 2,761 who were interviewed during the first day of the Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan (TNK) Job and Business Fair on Wednesday, the regional office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) reported.
POEA fully implements online appointment system !-- -- Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - March 13, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Without an online appointment, overseas job applicants will no longer be entertained at the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).
The district court dismissed his claim, concluding that 4(a)(2) of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act did not authorize job applicants like Kleber to bring a disparate impact claim against a prospective employer.
KARACHI: Scenes of chaos were witnessed outside the Civil Hospital in Karachi on Sunday after Police led a baton-charge against job applicants who turned up at the hospital for interviews.
According to DOLE, in-demand occupations refer to active job vacancies posted or advertised recurrently by and across establishments while hard-to-fill occupations refer to job vacancies to which the employer or company is having difficulty or taking longer time to be filled because job applicants are not qualified or there is no supply of job applicants for the particular job vacancy.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study investigates whether social media may be used as a source of information for recruiters to discriminate against job applicants.