Venezuelan: Do You Need a Job?

By Angel Cristobal -staff South Press

Photo: Courtesy of The Epoch Time

Miami, 05-02-22. The Venezuelan ambassador to the United States, Carlos Vecchio, announced beginning in the first week of May 2022, the premiere of Conexión Laboral, a new program prepared by the Embassy of Venezuela to help Venezuelan brothers in the United States to connect with the North American labor market.

“Venezuelans are prepared, hard-working, and professional people. We want to help you pave the way, move forward, and progress in the United States,” Ambassador Vecchio said in a video posted on YouTube.

In alliance with the private sector and companies like Amazon, via Amazon.Jobs, the Venezuelan Embassy launched Conexión Laboral, a platform where Venezuelans can register to increase their opportunities to access jobs in the United States market, that fit their professional profile, all directly to the interested party’s email inbox.

“With Labor Connection – says the Ambassador in his message – we also want to support the brothers of our diaspora who have already managed to process and obtain the benefit of Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Venezuelans in the United States and the respective work permit. ”.

And he exhorted: “Take advantage of this program to expand your opportunities, boost your professional career in the United States and help your family.”

This is one more demonstration that the team of the #EmbajadaVEContigo and the interim government of Interim President Juan Guaidó works for the well-being of Venezuelans in the diaspora and continues to fight for a Free Venezuela.

Our South Press staff mostly made up of Venezuelan journalists, fulfills its duty to publish this message, so that it reaches all who may be useful.
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