Guyana Resource Center
Set like a gem in the crown of South America, nestled on the North-Eastern shoulder, defying the raging Atlantic Ocean, Guyana's many waterways reflect the source of it's name "The Land of Many Waters"
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Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Job Exchange...
The Caribbean Center for Democracy & Social Justce ( CCDSJ ), in conjunction with, has launched a Pilot Project to link Job Seekers and Employers in Trinidad & Tobago, including Guyanese nationals who are residing permanently and temporarily in T&T.

Job Exchange of Trinidad & Tobago (JobXTT) will create and maintain a database of job seekers and employers that will assist the unemployed and underemployed in connecting with employers who are seeking employees.

In addition, JobXTT will launch a Job & Service Information Center (JSIC) in the second half of 2006. JSIC will provide assistance to Caribbean nationals who wish to apply for jobs and services in Trinidad & Tobago.

As you may know, one of the objectives of the Caribbean Single Market Economy ( CSME ) is the Free Movement of labour - through measures such as removing all obstacles to intra-regional movement of skills, labour and travel, harmonising social services (education, health, etc.), providing for the transfer of social security benefits and establishing common standards and measures for accreditation and equivalency.

JSIC will strive to extract maximum benefits for Caribbean nationals who are desirous of working in Trinidad & Tobago.

We are in the process of creating and updating the database - Employers, Employees, MPs, Councillors, Community leaders, and others are requested to contact us at one or all of the following:
1 868 665 5984

Xtra Food Commercial Building,
54 Eleanor St,
Chaguanas, TRINIDAD.