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Published: 2018-01-25   

Alamin: Highest-paying jobs for Pinoys abroad

In the Middle East, Filipinos can find numerous opportunities in general work, engineering-related and food/beverage/restaurant service sectors. In-demand general work roles include drivers, electricians, and AC, auto, refrigeration, plumbing, and maintenance technicians.

In the Middle East, Filipinos can find numerous opportunities in general work, engineering-related and food/beverage/restaurant service sectors. In-demand general work roles include drivers, electricians, and AC, auto, refrigeration, plumbing, and maintenance technicians.

Isang independent organization na tumutulong sa mga employers at aplikante ang naglabas kamakailan ng resulta ng survey upang malaman kung alin ang highest-paid field of work sa taong 2017. The highest-paying specializations in 2017 are sea-based engineers, healthcare professionals, land-based engineers, and IT professionals.

A shipmaster in the US can potentially earn Php99,000, a chief engineer can earn Php96,000, and a chief officer can earn Php92,000 monthly. Meanwhile, land-based engineers that are in-demand in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific can earn a monthly salary of Php57,000 and Php59,000, respectively.

Healthcare professionals are most compensated in the Middle East. Among doctors, those who specialize in pediatric care can earn as much as Php86,000 a month; nurses can earn Php65,000, while veterinarians can earn Php58,000.

IT professionals are also highly paid in Asia-Pacific; those with 0 to 4 years of experience can already earn as much as Php54,000.

Top 10 Countries for Pinoys

The survey also revealed the top 10 countries of deployment, with Saudi Arabia topping the list. From January to October 2017, 54.19% of jobs ads are from Saudi Arabia. Middle East countries such as Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman are part of the top 10.

In 2017, Malaysia and Taiwan made their way into the top 10 countries of deployment list, replacing 2016’s Australia and Brunei.

Skilled Jobs

WorkAbroad overseas jobs also revealed skilled workers are still the most in-demand. In the Middle East, Filipinos can find numerous opportunities in general work, engineering-related and food/beverage/restaurant service sectors. In-demand general work roles include drivers, electricians, and AC, auto, refrigeration, plumbing, and maintenance technicians. In-demand engineering-related skilled roles include mechanics and electrical technicians. There are also opportunities for cooks, waiters/waitresses, and baristas.

In Asia-Pacific, jobs await skilled workers like carpenters, household service workers, and caretakers. Opportunities also abound in the engineering-related segment for technicians and technical operators and in the manufacturing/production operations segment for factory workers, production and machine operators, and welders.

While sea-based engineers are in-demand and well-compensated in the US, skilled workers are also needed, such as electricians, fitters, able seamen, cooks, waiters/waitresses, and stewards.

Across regions, from the Middle East to the US, in the professional segment, engineers are the most in-demand.

Jobseekers are highly encouraged to seek out valuable information when considering prospective opportunities. You may log in at Souqpinoy (www.souqpinoy.com) for current job vacancies. Good information is available from government agencies, such as the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency, and, WorkAbroad.ph, too.

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