Aside from working and settling in Canada (Deer, 2017, July 15), (Deer, 2017, July 23), Jamaicans can also find work in the United Kingdom and the Middle East, particularly Dubai in the UAE (United Arab Emirates).
There is a strong demand for Teachers in Britain (Deer, 2016, March 13) with salaries as high as JA$5 million per year to teach various subjects, with housing and 1 months advanced salary for qualified applicants, even as British teachers leave to seek work abroad in places such as Dubai in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) (McInerney, 2016, 26 February).
Dubai is especially on the hunt for construction workers and even English teachers (Richardson, 2016, 26 February), as they are switching away from an oil based industry to a service based industry, requiring English and French (Deer, 2016, September 10) to appeal to westerners.
Ok, so the teacher brain drain in Britain means work for Jamaicans. But what about the Middle East, particularly Dubai in the UAE (United Arab Emirates)? Can Jamaicans get some of those lucrative construction and Teaching job directly?
Database 876 – Register so that 3,900 companies in UK and Dubai can see your resume
Yes it is possible, once you apply to Database 876.
The website is a repository of the resumes of Jamaican job seekers. They then advertise to over 3,900 companies in the following countries:
- United States
- The United Kingdom
Here are some videos on Database 876 promoting these destinations.
Jamaican Applicants register and upload their resumes. Click on the image below to Register.
You can upload your resume for free but must pay a registration fee of JA$1500 to the following NCB Bank Account to avoid it being deleted:
- Account name: DATABASE 876
- Account number: 404290932
- Account type: SAVINGS
Albeit a bit of a hassle to go to bank to register, it’s pretty universal. Plus they’ll have your resumes marketed to these 3900 companies, a convenience for both American companies seeking Jamaican talent and Jamaicans seeking work abroad. Companies abroad are looking for workers of various types:
- Summer workers
- Part-time workers
- Full-time workers
Database 876 multiplies you job-hunting opportunities, allowing you to update your resume anytime you gain new qualifications. They have business hours from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, being closed on Saturday only.
So why not sign up and register to Database 876 today, as you may end up in Britain or Dubai making lots of US$ as a teacher or in the construction industry? Sharing is caring so share this with your friends.
Here’s the link:
- Deer, L. (2016, March 13). How JA$5 million salaries in Britain means English Teacher Exodus from Ministry of Education. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2016/03/Britain-English-Teacher-Exodus.html
- Deer, L. (2016, September 10). Why French for Jamaicans at Primary Schools as Africa and Europe go Francophone. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2016/09/10/french-for-jamaicans-at-primary-schools/
- Richardson, H. (2016, 26 February). Warning over England’s ‘teacher brain drain’. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.com/news/education-35660457
- McInerney, L. (2016, 26 February). Golden handcuffs for teachers won’t solve the staffing crisis in our schools. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/feb/28/should-teachers-trained-in-our-system-stay-in-our-schools
- Deer, L. (2017, July 15). How World 2 Canada can help Jamaicans to find work and permanent residency in Canada. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2017/07/15/world-2-canada-jamaicans-work-permanent-residency/
- Deer, L. (2017, July 23). How Tenn-K Consultants Limited helps Jamaicans get US$150000 jobs in Canada. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2017/07/23/tenn-k-consultants-jamaican-canada/