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Jobstreet by SEEK empowers Cebu hirers and jobseekers with ‘Better Matches’

As the Cebu economy continues to thrive due to tourism and the growing IT-BPM industry, Jobstreet by SEEK aims to enable hirers to keep up with the demand by utilizing the AI-powered job platform in searching for candidates for a more efficient and faster recruitment process.

Following the success of its unified job marketplace platform, Jobstreet by SEEK has extended its ‘Better Matches’ initiative to Cebu, empowering local hirers and jobseekers with transformed talent and job search experience.

As the Cebu economy continues to thrive due to tourism and the growing IT-BPM industry, Jobstreet by SEEK aims to enable hirers to keep up with the demand by utilizing the AI-powered job platform in searching for candidates for a more efficient and faster recruitment process. Likewise, Cebuano jobseekers can take the opportunity to explore AI-recommended jobs based on their experience and skills for a more enhanced job-hunting experience. 

Currently, there are over 4,000 local jobs available on the platform comprising varying roles from different industries such as Call Centre & Customer Service; Information and Technology; Accounting; Sales; and Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics, among others.

“In support of Cebu’s thriving economy, we aim to continue harnessing the potential of Cebuano candidates by providing them with better job matches and equipping them with reliable career growth support. Likewise, we aspire to empower our Cebu hirer partners as they navigate the ever-changing and ever-growing employment landscape in their province, shares Dannah Majarocon, Managing Director, Philippines, Jobstreet by SEEK.

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Jobstreet by SEEK demonstrated its commitment through a series of activities in Cebu. They recently collaborated with the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, introducing the platform’s latest innovative features to Cebu-based business owners during the membership meeting. Human Resources professionals from selected companies were also invited to a coffee chat held in Cebu IT Park where they were able to learn more about Jobstreet by SEEK as well as some best hiring practices to attain and retain quality talents. The job platform also reconnected with its existing hirer partners through a dinner joined by Cebu-based companies from different industries. 

In line with empowering young jobseekers in building their career, Jobstreet by SEEK held a campus caravan in the Southwestern University PHINMA where over 120 students were able to learn some tips about job hunting and how to make a resume that truly stands out amid the competitive job market.

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