Hallo Hallo Job is gaining more members as the largest corporate indexing and job posting site attends back-to-back job fair with Island Exhibit and Asian Institute Management (AIM) at the same time last November 7 and 8 in Mandaluyong and Makati City.
Island Exhibit held its two-day monthly job fair at SM Megamall to provide career opportunities and business growth in the country and abroad. With 30 companies including HHJ as one of the exhibitors, HHJ presented wide variety of job vacancies for fresh graduates and experienced professionals from its affiliate companies.
Also, HHJ joined AIM’s second mini job fair of the year where high-level job listing from partner companies such as BELO Medical Group, The Manila Times Publishing Corporation, and Monark CAT are presented to students taking Master in Business Administration (MBA) program.
Fulfilling its mission “Trabaho sa Bawat Pilipino”, first-time jobseekers at the Island Exhibit Joe Neri applying as Graphic Designer and Andrea Santos aiming to be employed as an Administrative Assistant are eager to be hired immediately.
Neri, who has nine years’ experience in graphic designing, underscored that importance of work-life balance in his next job. “It’s not just about the work of course, you got to let them (employee) feel that work-life balance, ” he expressed.
On the other hand, a fresh graduate with one month experience as a reliever, Santos is looking for a company with better benefits and a healthy workplace environment. Despite living in Morong, Rizal, the 22-year-old prefers to look for job vacancies in Manila or Pasig area as it has more opportunities for her.
MBA in the making
MBA students at AIM are keen on taking job opportunities where skills and knowledge they have acquired throughout the 16-month program are practiced and further developed.
Nancy Kemepeneers, who will be graduating before 2017 ends, shared that she is looking forward on taking more challenging roles for employment. “I don’t have a particular industry that I’m looking for but I do have a particular roles—business development or operation roles that I’m considering,” she said.
Both job fairs were attended by numerous jobseekers eyeing different career opportunities, especially in Island Exhibit where more than 3,000 online registrants were documented.