The Philippine Government's
Job Matching and Labor Market
The PHIL-JobNet System (from the 2001 PHIL-JobNet User's Manual)
The Department of Labor and Employment, together with Admired Technologies, Inc. enhances the system Philippine Job Exchange Network (PHIL-JobNet) for the Bureau of Local Employment. Such system was meant to exhibit the technical feasibility of a real-time job seeker-vacancy matching system.
The PHIL -JobNet was soft-launched on 1 May 1998 during the time of President Fidel Ramos. Subsequently, on 6 November 1998, President Joseph Ejercito Estrada launched the current version of the PHIL-JobNet as part of the pro-poor program of his administration.
After the launching of PHIL-JobNet in Malacañang, Regional launchings were conducted as part of the advocacy strategy adopted by the Department in popularizing an information technology-based employment service.
But even before the Malacañang launching and during the course of the development of PHIL-JobNet, several items for improvements were already identified. The said items were set aside, to be addressed in the next revision of the system. The intention of the PHIL-JobNet is to include as much relevant labor market concerns as possible covering as many stakeholders not only in the Philippines but also outside the country.
After the revision has been successfully done, the Revised PHIL-JobNet System now offers a friendlier internet-based system to make the job matching a lot easier.
MARCH 05, 2014
Phil-Job.Net calls on Pinoy Job-seekers
Looking for job? This might just be for you. The government has opened an enhanced employment portal in cyberspace via www.Phil-Job.net for Filipino job seekers and employers looking for skilled Filipino manpower. “This is the brainchild of the Dep...
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