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#1 extreme1

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Posted 31 December 2008 - 12:04 PM

Guys anyone here that works for the government? I would like to know on what are the best government agencies/offices that are high paying and has good benefits.
Because I am considering on looking for employment at the government.
Baka kasi tamaan na tayo ng recession next year, eh diba sa government hinde naman nag tatangal.

There are some governement agencies naman na maganda ang benefits pero hinde naman ako sure kung saan.

I would like to know on what are the other agencies that are good to be employed at?

I am a 23 yr old that isa degree holder and is Civil service eligible.

Guys are there anyone here at MTC that is empoyed at Department of Finance or Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas? How about bureau of customs?

#2 hitomi

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Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:40 PM

there is a government employees group here at MTC with their own thread, you can ask there :)

anyway, if you're skilled at politics, you'll do well.

Try to take the exam at DFA.
its hard but people that pass this will work in foreign service, ganda benefits.

#3 eddiemcdowd02

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 10:54 AM

My opinion lang, its hard to work in our government agencies. Workers are also affected by political erring...

#4 ChiliMac

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Posted 02 October 2009 - 11:21 AM

Ang hirap pumasok sa gobyerno kahit civil service eligible ka na kung wala ka namang malupit na backer wala rin. At the start of the year nag-open na yung computerized na exam ng CSC sa Commonwealth office nila. Ang daming nag-apply as in bus loads from the province. I found out na mga government employees sila na galing pa sa mga province and here as well and they were prioritize since employed na sila gobterno pero wala pa palang mga eligibilities. May kasabay ako na taga customs dun nung nag -exam ako mga mid-50's na siguro yun naka uniform pa, more that 20 years na siya sa government pero walang eligibility.

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Posted 27 November 2009 - 11:20 AM

tried applying sa IP Office (under DTI), ang sunget nung ASec na nag interview....

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Posted 18 February 2010 - 10:09 PM

mahirap mag apply sa government lalo na pag ang aaplayan mong office at plantilla eh yung may kikitain kang pera, specially sa customs halos lahat naman ng plantilla dyan meron tara pag biyernes kahit computer operator ka lang,ang isa ngang tawag dito ay pamilya incorporated,matinding backer kelangan mo dito,,dfa immigration officer laki ng sahod at OT, kaso ganon din.. kung gusto niyo sa govt try niyo yung govt offices na walang kita at talagang serbisyo publiko lang, malamang matanggap pa kayo.marami rin sa ovt mga hawshao..yun lang.

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 01:09 PM

State Universities almost always have job openings, like UP.

#8 ThUgZtaH

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 08:14 PM

noted.

Honestly, if you want to effect change sa employment system ng government natin, i think it should start in all ranks.

One way is to purge all those people having the same last name and are related up to the 4th degree of consanguinity, then re-do a background check on all those currently working to verify if they are indeed qualified for the positions that they are holding.

I know some people who are holding high-paying positions but are not even qualified. Meron pa nga ni hindi graduate ng high school pero still working as a casual employee, which requires you to be at least a high school graduate. Lupet.

other than that, I don't think this trend is gonna change in the next 50 years, unless the Mayans were correct and the world ends in 2012. <_<

#9 cocoy0

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 10:00 PM

When I was in college, I went drinking with a classmate and her friend, who was studying to be a Customs officer. I was disgusted by her when I realized she expects to be doing in that agency what is happening now.

#10 HuYu

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Posted 24 October 2011 - 09:29 PM

gumagana pa rin ang "it's not only what you know, but who you know" :( unfortunately :(

#11 crispa18

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Posted 17 November 2011 - 10:25 PM

gumagana pa rin ang "it's not only what you know, but who you know" :( unfortunately :(


This is very true, you should know somebody in order to be in the Government Service.....

For those who are asking among the Agencies with best salaries, mostly this are Government Corporations others are The Bangko Sentral. Senate and Congress has high salary grades (SG)... and take note most of these high salary grades have a qualification of "able to read and write" thats it instant SG 24....

#12 don210

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 12:23 AM

Ambisyon ko pa naman ang makapag trabaho sa government because of stability nito. Gusto ko sana makapasok sa BSP, CS prof passer ako kaya lang walang backer.

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 01:03 AM

Ano ba yung benefits pag sa government mag work? Tulad ng sweldo, bonus, etc.

#14 kokomonster

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 01:37 AM

ang benefits? legally speaking merong security of tenure. after retirement may pension ka.

#15 rachelleferrariz

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Posted 24 March 2012 - 12:39 AM

gus2 q din mgwork sa government...sabi nga nun kawork q basta buhay kpa khit matanda kna pwede kpa mgwork.

#16 amalgama

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:04 PM

I'm currently working sa government now pero di ko makita ang asenso ko dito, maybe sa private mahanap ko yun. If you have a principle in life, better not work in the government, mababago lang pananaw nyo :)

#17 s3cr3tiv3

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 10:28 AM

Almost 4 months na akong naka-transfer to the BSP from a call center. And I can say that it doesn't matter kung may backers ka or wala, kung sa pre-employment medical eh hindi ka pumasa. Of course, almost everyone knows na medyo unhealthy ang lifestyle ng mga call center employees (puyat, inom, yosi, etc). One good thing about the pre-employment medical ng BSP is talagang mapipilitan kang mag-lifestyle change kung gusto mong makapasok talaga.

Yun nga lang, medyo kailangan din ng lifestyle adjustments since na-cut almost in half ang salary ko sa private, pero since stability and job tenure naman ang kapalit, ayos lang din naman.


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Posted 22 October 2012 - 03:01 PM

Almost 4 months na akong naka-transfer to the BSP from a call center. And I can say that it doesn't matter kung may backers ka or wala, kung sa pre-employment medical eh hindi ka pumasa. Of course, almost everyone knows na medyo unhealthy ang lifestyle ng mga call center employees (puyat, inom, yosi, etc). One good thing about the pre-employment medical ng BSP is talagang mapipilitan kang mag-lifestyle change kung gusto mong makapasok talaga.

Yun nga lang, medyo kailangan din ng lifestyle adjustments since na-cut almost in half ang salary ko sa private, pero since stability and job tenure naman ang kapalit, ayos lang din naman.


Swerte mo pre, nakuha sa lifestyle change. Ako bumagsak sa medical, still transferred to gov't eventually though, pero hardcore public service ang office namin. Almost as stressful nung private sector pa ako kahit hindi na ako supervisory role dito.

Ganda benefits dyan sa BSP, d lang talaga para sa akin.

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Posted 04 May 2013 - 11:10 AM

Sa totoo lang, hindi rin okay magtrabaho in the long run sa government offices. Nandun padin ang culture ng palakasan at ang hirap maging regular dito. Samin, ang daming matatanda na contractual pa din. Kasi yung ibang regular, dahil sa security of tenure, kahit wala ng ginagawa hindi pa din natatanggal. Grabe dito kapag bata ka at nagpakitang gilas ka. Sayo mapupunta lahat ng trabaho. Haha. Hindi ko na lang sasabihin kung saang government office ako. :P

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 07:31 PM

Sa totoo lang, hindi rin okay magtrabaho in the long run sa government offices. Nandun padin ang culture ng palakasan at ang hirap maging regular dito. Samin, ang daming matatanda na contractual pa din. Kasi yung ibang regular, dahil sa security of tenure, kahit wala ng ginagawa hindi pa din natatanggal. Grabe dito kapag bata ka at nagpakitang gilas ka. Sayo mapupunta lahat ng trabaho. Haha. Hindi ko na lang sasabihin kung saang government office ako. :P

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