LINGAYEN, Jan. 14 -- Construction work remains the most in-demand jobs in Pangasinan due to the 'Build, Build, Build" infrastructure development program of the national government, the Public Employment Services Office (PESO) said.
In a forum Tuesday, Pangasinan PESO manager Alex Ferrer said there is still shortage of skilled construction workers in the province as the demand for infrastructure work abroad is also high.
"We need more construction workers, specifically masons and carpenters," he said.
Ferrer said the provincial government of Pangasinan conducts trainings to address the shortage of skilled construction workers in the province.
"We will start rolling the mobile skills training for this year. Currently, we have four skills ...