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San Juan establishes skills registry to fster local employment opportunities

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San Juan City is taking proactive steps to bridge the gap between skilled residents seeking employment and local businesses in need of qualified workers. The city government is currently in the process of creating a Skills Registry, a comprehensive listing of San Juaneños possessing specific skills and experiences, who are actively searching for job opportunities.

The Skills Registry initiative aims to serve as a valuable resource for both job seekers and local businesses. Through this registry, the city government intends to identify and endorse individuals with relevant skills to various enterprises within the city that are looking to hire new personnel.

Residents of San Juan are encouraged to register at the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) Desk during the ongoing Barangay Caravan at Corazon de Jesus. To complete the registration process, individuals should bring their government-issued identification and a copy of their resume or biodata. By doing so, they become part of the Skills Registry of the San Juan City Government, increasing their chances of being prioritized by companies seeking to hire locally.


This initiative underlines the city's commitment to fostering local talent and facilitating employment opportunities within the community. By creating a platform that directly connects skilled individuals with businesses, San Juan City is reinforcing its dedication to economic growth, community empowerment, and a more prosperous future.

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