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Job Hiring in Aklan

Located in Western Visayas, in the northwest section of Panay Island, is the province of Aklan. The island of Boracay is part of its territory, and this is why tourism is a huge contributor to the province’s income. If you want to become part of such a thriving economy, Mynimo is the best partner to search for the best jobs in Aklan.
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Established in 2002
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Sales Associate
Philippe Tarsier Recreation Inc.
Philippe Tarsier Recreation Inc.
Malay, Aklan
Boracay Island
Established in 2013
11-50 employees
1 month ago
Aklan is perhaps most famous for being the home province of Boracay, one of the most visited tourist spots in the Philippines and considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Despite being famous for its beaches, however, Aklan is actually more mountainous. The province boasts of a diverse geography, featuring plains, marshlands, and sandy beaches. As diverse as its lands is its population. While a huge majority of the province’s residents are native Aklanons, tribal groups like the Sulod and the Negritos (known locally as the Atis) also share the land. The economy is another multi-faceted aspect of Aklan. Aside from Boracay, which attracts visitors year-round, another huge draw for tourists is the colorful Ati-Atihan festival held every January in the capital Kalibo. Combined with other destinations and activities, Aklan’s tourism industry generates more than 50 billion pesos of income for the province. However, despite this undoubtedly huge amount of money, Aklan still depends highly on farming and fishing. Due to the abundance of sandy soil, coconut is the main agricultural crop in Aklan. The rich lands of the province also produce ananas and mangoes, as well as abaca and jusi or piña fiber. Supporting these industries is Aklan’s transportation sector, specifically the Kalibo International Airport and the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan. Another burgeoning sector is the energy industry, with wind farms and hydroelectric plants paving the way for alternative power. Aklan is not solely about tourism. The province has a bustling, active economy supported by various sectors. If you’re looking for jobs in Aklan, in any industry, check out Mynimo’s comprehensive and well-organized listings. With a simple click, you can easily sort the search results to find the perfect job. Whether you’re looking for a first job or a boost in your career’s momentum, Mynimo can help you achieve your goals with a simplified job search.