10,000 jobs are reportedly available this year for Filipinos in South Korea in the factory-based sector.
Qualified applicants don’t have to pay a single cent as placement fee and need not pass through employment agencies. But aside from the needed skills for the job, the applicant must be proficient in the Korean language (written, spoken, and aural). If you’re not proficient in the language, you can enroll in a language class and study on your free time. A first-time factory worker in South Korea reportedly can earn between 30,000 to 40,000 pesos a month. You can call POEA at (02) 523-3633 for more information regarding this development.