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Ministry of Labor revealed! Traveling to South Korea most likely to work illegally

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          Mr. Anurak Tossarat, Director-General of the Department of Employment According to the Ministry of Labor, said that in December, there were 5,732 Thai workers traveling to work and internship abroad through the Suvarnabhumi Job Seeker. 2,492 people were employed in Taiwan, followed by South Korea 368, Japan 335 and Hong Kong 113. There are suspected cases of illegal travel to work abroad and accepted to work abroad 44, compared to the previous month, the number has increased 46.67% of the total, which is 30 people. The most suspended countries are South Korea, Bahrain, Japan, the Czech Republic, Singapore and Qatar.

          Mr. Anurak added that there are now many scams of jobseekers through social media. Especially in South Korea. Ministry of Labor would like to remind again that going abroad to work legally, have a work permit, have a certified employment contract from a government agency in both countries, use a non-working tourist visa. In order to prevent fraudulent work abroad, it is necessary to lose property as it appears today. Please check with the Department of Employment before. By inquiries Job seekers can be found at the Employment Office in every province, Employment Office, Bangkok area 1-10 or Central Employment Register and job seekers. Call the Department of Employment at 0-2248-2278 or call the Ministry of Labor.