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Oct. 11, 18 | 11:16 am

Bahrain is currently in need of 100 Filipino baristas and 300 bartenders with a monthly salary of Php50,000 to Php60,000.

According to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), Filipino baristas and bartenders are preferred in countries such as Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore. Others are sent to Dubai, Cayman Islands, Maldives, and other Middle East, reported GMA News.

Interested applicants who do not have prior training will undergo barista and bartending courses in TESDA Accredited schools.

Lloyd Pecolados, one of the students of a TESDA-accredited school in Manila, said that he decided to enroll himself to a barista course to be able to work abroad.

“Ang advantage po kasi ‘pag nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa, first ‘yung salary kasi sa ibang bansa ‘yung sasahurin mo dito mas dodoble, mas triple du’n,” said Pecolados.

Aside from job opportunities overseas, baristas and bartenders are also in demand in the Philippines.

Jocelyn Sanchez ,Deputy Administrator of POEA, said that barista and bartending are included in the top 20 most in-demand jobs in the Philippines today.

Those interested to apply for the job openings in Bahrain and other overseas countries may visit the POEA website for the complete job orders.

Jobseekers are also advised to check job orders on POEA’s website to avoid facing problems abroad.

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