Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) joins University of Makati’s annual career fair in partnership with the Philippine Daily Inquirer Job Market to encourage students to grab the opportunities served by their school on March 11, 2019.
The program officially started with a ribbon cutting with the presence of the university’s Executive Vice President Mr. Raymundo Arcega, Philippine Daily Inquirer representatives, Job Fair Exhibitors and Public Employment Service Office (PESO) representatives
Hallo Hallo Job, together with 20 other companies accredited by the Department of Labor and Employment presented hundreds of job vacancies to qualified students. HHJ offers careers from Hallohallo Inc., Circus International, and Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. which are all part of its alliance.
“To our students, grab this opportunity kasi ga-graduate na kayo, dapat three months after graduation may trabaho na kayo. Wag niyo na isipin na magpapahinga pa kayo. Kasi ako personally hindi ko alam ang gagawin ko sa tatlong buwang pahinga, Hindi siya practical kasi ang dami dami niyo nang competitors sa mundong ito. So this is our way of teaching our students that you should have work after graduation immediately,” Ms. Bulos, one of the university officials said.
She added that they are hoping that next year’s job fair will be transferred to a bigger venue so that more DOLE-accredited companies may participate in their career fair so students will have more chances of getting hired.
Also, on behalf of PESO, Ms. Bulos invited the exhibitors and students to come at the city wide job fair which will be held on June 2019 at Circuit Makati.
Meanwhile, students who missed the chance to apply during the job fair may check Hallo Hallo Allaince’s job vacancies on its official Facebook account (@HalloHalloJob) and website job.hallohallo.com.