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Monday, October 16, 2017

Bringing Back the OFWs Home, Still Top Priority Of The Duterte Gov't


Among the top priorities of the Duterte government is to bring back every OFWs home for good by generating jobs and other sources that will give them adequate income for the needs of their family.    Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello reiterated that the President'[s final aim is to bring all OFWs home. In line with this, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) aims to create 7.5 million jobs by 2020, and keep the unemployment rate at 5 percent to convince the OFWs to return home. Bello added that to realize the goal, government agencies should nurture an environment conducive to the return of OFWs.  Bello added that the government’s P890.9 billion infrastructure under "build, build, build" project, as well as other infrastructure projects backed by Japanese and Chinese investors, will trigger a construction boom and generate thousands of jobs.  Sponsored Links  “We are studying the level of shortage of our skilled workers in the country,” Bello said.  The Bureau of Local Employment said. The Philippines has a shortage of skilled workers. Among the 200,000 local demand in the construction industry, only 80,000 is filled, with a shortage of 120,000 skilled workers.    Although the private sector is the main driver of job generation, DOLE is mandated to expand the economy’s capacity to produce goods and services to keep a steady labor force. “This is everyone’s business,” Bello said.  OFWs worldwide has reached around 2.2 million, most of them deployed in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates follows Saudi Arabia as the top two destination for OFWs. They are out there, abused, maltreated, their family back home longing for them, lacking guidance and affection of their parents. They had been sacrificing a lot just to give their family the best things they can possible give. If the Duterte government will succeed in bringing them home, it will be the happiest day for OFW families.    Source: The Manila Times Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Among the top priorities of the Duterte government is to bring back every OFWs home for good by generating jobs and other sources that will give them adequate income for the needs of their family. 

Among the top priorities of the Duterte government is to bring back every OFWs home for good by generating jobs and other sources that will give them adequate income for the needs of their family.    Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello reiterated that the President'[s final aim is to bring all OFWs home. In line with this, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) aims to create 7.5 million jobs by 2020, and keep the unemployment rate at 5 percent to convince the OFWs to return home. Bello added that to realize the goal, government agencies should nurture an environment conducive to the return of OFWs.  Bello added that the government’s P890.9 billion infrastructure under "build, build, build" project, as well as other infrastructure projects backed by Japanese and Chinese investors, will trigger a construction boom and generate thousands of jobs.  Sponsored Links  “We are studying the level of shortage of our skilled workers in the country,” Bello said.  The Bureau of Local Employment said. The Philippines has a shortage of skilled workers. Among the 200,000 local demand in the construction industry, only 80,000 is filled, with a shortage of 120,000 skilled workers.    Although the private sector is the main driver of job generation, DOLE is mandated to expand the economy’s capacity to produce goods and services to keep a steady labor force. “This is everyone’s business,” Bello said.  OFWs worldwide has reached around 2.2 million, most of them deployed in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates follows Saudi Arabia as the top two destination for OFWs. They are out there, abused, maltreated, their family back home longing for them, lacking guidance and affection of their parents. They had been sacrificing a lot just to give their family the best things they can possible give. If the Duterte government will succeed in bringing them home, it will be the happiest day for OFW families.    Source: The Manila Times Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello reiterated that the President'[s final aim is to bring all OFWs home. In line with this, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) aims to create 7.5 million jobs by 2020, and keep the unemployment rate at 5 percent to convince the OFWs to return home. Bello added that to realize the goal, government agencies should nurture an environment conducive to the return of OFWs.

Bello added that the government’s P890.9 billion infrastructure under "build, build, build" project, as well as other infrastructure projects backed by Japanese and Chinese investors, will trigger a construction boom and generate thousands of jobs.

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“We are studying the level of shortage of our skilled workers in the country,” Bello said.

The Bureau of Local Employment said. The Philippines has a shortage of skilled workers. Among the 200,000 local demand in the construction industry, only 80,000 is filled, with a shortage of 120,000 skilled workers.


 Although the private sector is the main driver of job generation, DOLE is mandated to expand the economy’s capacity to produce goods and services to keep a steady labor force. “This is everyone’s business,” Bello said.

OFWs worldwide has reached around 2.2 million, most of them deployed in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates follows Saudi Arabia as the top two destination for OFWs. They are out there, abused, maltreated, their family back home longing for them, lacking guidance and affection of their parents. They had been sacrificing a lot just to give their family the best things they can possible give. If the Duterte government will succeed in bringing them home, it will be the happiest day for OFW families. 


Among the top priorities of the Duterte government is to bring back every OFWs home for good by generating jobs and other sources that will give them adequate income for the needs of their family.    Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello reiterated that the President'[s final aim is to bring all OFWs home. In line with this, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) aims to create 7.5 million jobs by 2020, and keep the unemployment rate at 5 percent to convince the OFWs to return home. Bello added that to realize the goal, government agencies should nurture an environment conducive to the return of OFWs.  Bello added that the government’s P890.9 billion infrastructure under "build, build, build" project, as well as other infrastructure projects backed by Japanese and Chinese investors, will trigger a construction boom and generate thousands of jobs.  Sponsored Links  “We are studying the level of shortage of our skilled workers in the country,” Bello said.  The Bureau of Local Employment said. The Philippines has a shortage of skilled workers. Among the 200,000 local demand in the construction industry, only 80,000 is filled, with a shortage of 120,000 skilled workers.    Although the private sector is the main driver of job generation, DOLE is mandated to expand the economy’s capacity to produce goods and services to keep a steady labor force. “This is everyone’s business,” Bello said.  OFWs worldwide has reached around 2.2 million, most of them deployed in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates follows Saudi Arabia as the top two destination for OFWs. They are out there, abused, maltreated, their family back home longing for them, lacking guidance and affection of their parents. They had been sacrificing a lot just to give their family the best things they can possible give. If the Duterte government will succeed in bringing them home, it will be the happiest day for OFW families.    Source: The Manila Times Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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