Thousands of Cavitenos, especially residents of this municipality, would be deployed to Guam in the near future for high-paying jobs in tourism promotion, communications and information technology, business and construction and in other fields.
This was revealed Wednesday by Mayor Strike Revilla who said some of the nitty-gritties of an agreement the local government of Bacoor signed with the government of Guam, one of the fastest growing territory of the United States, have been finalized to benefit constituents of both local governments.
Revilla said that among others, Guam awaits Filipino professionals, technical and skilled workers, including those trained in various fields to help Guamenos undertake multi-billion projects in that booming U. S. territory located in the Western Pacific Ocean.
On October 25 this year, the governments of Bacoor and Guam signed a “People-to-People Partnership” and “Sisterhood“ agreements to further strengthen ties between the two local governments and afford bigger and better opportunities for their constituencies.
The agreements between Bacoor and Guam also aims to open bridges for free exchange in local government administration, technical and educational exchange, economic and business partnerships, tourism promotion, and advancement of information and communication technologies that will benefit both partners and constituents, Revilla said.
Mayor Revilla, also national president of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP), represented the government of Bacoor while Governor Eddie Baza Calvo, the government of Guam, signed the accord at the New World Hotel in Makati City.
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