Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Monday, July 06, 2009

Guam needs construction workers

GUAM will soon be needing construction workers and health personnel as it prepares for the relocation of 8,000 US Marines and their 15,000 dependents from Okinawa, Japan in 2012.

This would double the patient capacity of the US Naval Hospital in Guam currently numbering 14,000. Actual demand for healthcare workers will start in 2012 when the relocation of the US Marines and their dependents will start so aspiring Filipino nurses and doctors can now prepare by taking the necessary US exams like NCLEX, CGFNS, IELTS, and US Board certifications. Medical technicians in radiology, cardio labs, CT-Scan, occupational and physical therapists plus medical transcriptionists and medical administrative personnel will also be needed.

Recruitment consultant Emmanuel S. Geslani said the demand for construction workers will start next year.

Guam Governor Felix Camacho said “Filipino health care personnel will also be in demand when Guam transforms itself into a major US military base in the Pacific.”

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