Summer jobs await students, graduates

The Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) would prioritize those whose families are within the poverty level.

“Families whose income is within the poverty level can participate, and local government units which are able to pay 100% of the minimum wage can join.

“The program allows students to work in some jobs both from the public and the private sector for a minimum wage at a maximum of 52 hours,” said Labor Assistant Secretary Reydeluz D. Conferido in an interview with reporters.

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