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Job Openings In US Held Nearly Steady In November

The United States Labor Department reported that after reaching high levels in November 2022, the number of job opportunities in the nation is now anticipated to stay stable.

WHO Hopes Covid Will No Longer Be Global Health Emergency In 2023

The World Health Organization expects to declare Covid-19 no longer a global health emergency for the upcoming year.

Hiring Of Pinoy Nurses Ongoing In Canada’s Saskatchewan Province

Saskatchewan Health Minister Paul Merriman announced that the hiring of Filipino health workers is still ongoing in benefit to their province's healthcare needs.

OECD: Global Economic Growth To Slow To 2.2% In 2023

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development sees a slowdown to the increase of the gross domestic product globally by 2.2% next year.

Tagle Among Overseers Of Caritas Internationalis Revamp

Caritas Internationalis president emeritus Cardinal Tagle announced that he will participate in overseeing the development of the church’s charity arm.

Saudi Government To Shoulder Wage Claims Of Displaced OFWs

The Saudi government decided to work on the wage claims of over 10,000 overseas Filipino workers after the bilateral meeting with President Bongbong Marcos.

Korean Government Scholarship Application Opens February 2023

The Korean Embassy announced its opening of the Global Korea Scholarship on February 2023, which will give Filipinos graduate study opportunities.

Famous “Blue Door” In Notting Hill: How Is It Now?

After seeing its appearance in the award-winning film "Notting Hill," this is now the situation of the famous blue door in London.

APEC Economic Leaders’ Week Kicks Off In Thailand

A convention center in Thailand will officially host the meetings and sessions under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum Week this November.

Biden Mistakenly Thanks Colombia For Hosting ASEAN Summit

US President Joe Biden incorrectly congratulated Colombia rather than Cambodia for hosting the summit during his speech at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations meeting.