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* Nearly 85,000 applications for the Korean language test this year
Sat, May 20, 2023, 11:38 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 20, Colombo: As of May this year, 2,726 Sri Lankan workers have left the country for employment in South Korea and among them are 32 young women.

According to the Sri Lanka Foreign employment Bureau they have left for manufacturing, fishing and construction jobs.

The Korean Human Resources Department has agreed to hire about 8,000 workers for Korean jobs in 2023. In that regard, data has been uploaded to the website of the Korean Human Resources Department.

The Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau has taken the necessary steps to promptly send the workers who have been selected to provide employment contracts by the Korean employers from among the young people who are looking for employment in this country.

Meanwhile, 84,886 applications have been received for the Korean language test which is currently being held for the year 2023.

The Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau said that the Korean Human Resource Development Institute has informed that 8,028 of the people appearing for the language test will be passed in the fields of manufacturing and fisheries sector jobs.


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